Kyle Vandermolen has worked as a Chemical Engineer for over 18 years, focusing in safety, industrial hazardous, and chemical spill abatement. His professional experience includes jobs with major chemical plants, the steel industry, and speciality chemical processing companies. Mr. Vandermolen has also served on the American Chemistry Council's Hydrogen Fluoride Panel in a variety of capacities.
He specializes in the best practices, application, and safe handling of Hydrogen Fluoride (also known as hydrofluoric acid), a technical chemical used in metal pickling, glass etching, semiconductor etching, and as a chemical derivative for other industrial chemical compounds.
Kyle Vandermolen of Wentzville, Missouri, earned a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering from Michigan Technological University in 2004. Mr. Vandermolen was recruited by and is still an active member of Phi Kappa Theta Fraternity during his higher education years.