Robert K. Schwarzkopf

P.E. / Schwarzkopf / Ft. Lauderdale

Background

Mr. Schwarzkopf is an engineering graduate of Oklahoma State University and an MBA graduate of Florida Atlantic University and a registered professional engineer (P.E.) in Florida.  He has extensive experience in the heating, ventilation and air conditioning equipment manufacturing industry.  His experience and industry knowledge covers over 25 years of heating and air conditioning equipment design, safety certification, equipment application, field trouble shooting, manufacturing optimization, government relations, regulatory compliance, and quality control.

Mr. Schwarzkopf’s expertise includes the design of HVAC equipment and appliances including thermal design, electrical circuitry, controls, structure and compliance with safety regulations in the United States and Europe.  He also has expertise in the installation, application and troubleshooting of various types of HVAC equipment in both residential and commercial environments including air-to-air, water-to-air, geothermal, hydronic and fan coil systems. 

Mr. Schwarzkopf has extensive experience in manufacturing including sheet metal forming, copper pipe forming and joining, wiring, assembly and industrial safety practices.  He also has experience managing a research grade HVAC performance, safety and sound laboratory including knowledge of relevant standards and practices, data reduction and calibration compliance

Representative Engagements

  • Commercial/municipal MEP, HVACR and equipment failures
  • Consumer product failures
  • Motor vehicle accidents

Education and Registrations

  • M.B.A – International Business – Florida Atlantic University
  • B.S. - Mechanical Engineering – Oklahoma State University
  • Registered Professional Engineer (Mechanical) - Florida