Doc’s Steam Journal
List Price: 79.95
Category: Prof. Reference & Textbooks
Available: January 2014
Nothing can replace experience: it is the best, sometimes the hardest, teacher— but the lessons of experience last a lifetime. In Doc’s Steam Journal, author Nick Westerberg shares nearly three decades worth of on the job experiences with readers as he teaches and shares all aspects of steam properties. In his newest book, readers will find over 500 pages of resources, graphs, charts, and images to help in a variety of situations, as well as specific information on steam generation, steam traps, manufacturers, installation, assessment, and engineering. Doc’s Steam Journal is written in a readable, relatable manner, so that the information is accessible to both beginners and experts. It is the resource you will go back to again and again throughout your career!
Nick Westerberg has nearly three decades of experience in the steam and pump industry, and he passionately and energetically brings that experience to life as he shares his wisdom in his newest book, Doc’s Steam Journal. Nick worked his way up in the industry with hard work, integrity, and a relentless pursuit to know the answers that serve others for the long term. He is, first and foremost, a man of honesty and ethics, faith and family. To follow that, he is a professional that values relationships and sharing experience over profit, a business ethic that has served him throughout his professional career and as he began his own company, Westerberg & Associates, in 2006.
Nick comes from the state of Oregon, where he was a star defensive end for the Oregon State Beavers from 1977-1980. After a short time with the Oakland Raiders, Nick and his family moved to Spokane, Washington, where they have lived for the past twenty years. Nick and his wife, Yolanda, have two daughters, Ashley and Emily, and five grandchildren, Lucy, Trey, Cruz, Pepper, and Elias. Nick’s goals as a professional include giving great customer service, helping others find solutions they had given up on finding, and creating new products that make life easier for those he works for. Still, none of these are more important than leaving a legacy of hard work and commitment for his family.