Jeff Kutz, Director of Engineering

Jeff Kutz, Senior Project/Product Engineer, Bridge gap Engineering

“Every day, we strive to be a superior provider of engineering services and personalized solutions that provide lasting value and exceed customer expectations.”


Jeff is an expert in pyro-processing and crushing equipment design as well as project execution. A talented engineer, he has more than 10 years of experience in Equipment Design, Project Execution and Construction for the Cement/Minerals Industries. Modern equipment designs accredited to his involvement include preheater cyclones, clinker coolers, roller breakers, gyratory and jaw crushers.

Jeff has been involved with the proposal concepts, design, startup and troubleshooting for a variety of main equipment located worldwide. He has been a polarizing force for the modernization of main equipment design which has included the launch of a new product in every area that he has worked throughout his career. Continued support of each product has ensured excellent customer satisfaction long after the project has been completed.


Mechanical Engineering, B.S.
The Pennsylvania State University


Published Works

Hydraulic Drive Systems for Clinker Coolers, IEEE/PCA Cement Industry Technical Conference, April 2013.

Ball Mill/SAG Mill Drive Lubrication, IEEE/PCA Cement Industry Technical Conference, April 2015.

Let Us Spray: Design of SNCR Systems for NOx Control Applications, World Cement, November 2016.

Use of 3D Scanning Technology for Plant Upgrades, IEEE/PCA Cement Industry Technical Conference, May 2017.

Personal Achievements

Engineer In Training certification in the state of Pennsylvania

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