Tom Rowse

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How To Choose The Right Process Control Valves

Post By: Tom Rowse On: 03-08-2020

Control valves are critical to the establishment of an efficient process and smooth running over the lifetime of a system...


7 Tips For Improving Airflow Efficiency In Pneumatic Systems

Post By: Tom Rowse On: 03-08-2020

When it comes to any industrial installation, you want to be sure of optimal performance and efficient use of energy. One of the ways you can do this is to...


A Beginner's Guide To Machine Safety

Post By: Tom Rowse On: 27-07-2020

Machine safety is a complex and evolving subject, with constant changes required to keep up with the demands of new technology. These changes extend to the safety regulations incorporated in the various British, European...


10 Things You Need To Know About Machine Safety

Post By: Tom Rowse On: 21-07-2020

The UK's Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has issued guidelines for machine safety, and there are also stringent standards in place governed by both British and International Standards...


What Is Pneumatics?

Post By: Tom Rowse On: 06-07-2020

Pneumatic systems are widely used in all sorts of machines, engines and industrial applications. Every pneumatic system runs on compressed air or gas, in order to move an actuator...


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Hello,

My name is Tom; I am the automation and control specialist at Rowse. I have worked at Rowse for over ten years and before this was an electrical design engineer in Plymouth Dockyard. Since joining Rowse, I have been responsible for the industrial and control offering and also providing technical support for these products.

When I joined Rowse in 2008, my background was more electrically bias, and I had little experience with the wonderful world of pneumatics. It was a steep learning curve at the start; learning the products, methods and terminology, I was glad of the support of some of my colleagues and some of the many training courses I attended at the start. Despite all this, I have a developed a real passion for pneumatics and love pneumatic circuit design and product selection for my customers.

As pneumatic manufacturers have continued to innovate, we see the introduction of more electrical biased products such as electric cylinders and actuators and communication-based valve terminals; I am pleased to of had my electrical automation knowledge to fall back on.

Since joining Rowse, I have continued to develop my knowledge as an engineer and have recently been certified as a machinery safety expert. Machine safety is another passion of mine it allows me to be involved in projects in much greater detail offering support carrying out machinery risk assessments, CE marking and selecting products for various applications.

The content I write about for Rowse covers topics I either find interesting or based on some of the questions I frequently asked carrying out my work. With a keen interest in automation and control products and their development, I hope you find my content both interesting and informative and would welcome any suggestions for topics to cover.


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