Innovative Pressure Regulator Company Strengthens Commercial Team
Oxford Flow, the Oxford University spin-out developing innovative pressure regulators, has recruited an experienced industry figure as the company enters the market with new products.
Christopher Leonard joins the start-up as Business Development Director, the first hire since the investment by the company by the £320m investment company OSI. The appointment strengthens the company’s senior management team as it seeks to establish a technology leadership position across global markets.
Our ground-breaking products have been developed at Oxford University by world leading engineers, and we’re recruiting an ambitious commercial team to take our pressure regulators to the market. Christopher’s wealth of experience delivering world class solutions will help ensure our success in industrial markets worldwide.
Simon Hombersley, CEO of Oxford Flow
A graduate Chemist with more than 20 years’ experience developing and deploying products and solutions for critical applications in the Energy and Process market sectors, Christopher has written influential industry reference documents and brought many new products and services from concept to market leadership. He was formerly an International Business Leader with pressure regulator manufacturer Donkin RMG.
Christopher commented, ‘I’m delighted to join the exceptional team at Oxford Flow and looking forward to sharing the benefits of our knowledge and innovative pressure control technology which can help industry achieve the next level of performance and reliability.’
Manufactured in the UK and capable of handling pressures up to 100bar, Oxford Flow’s IHF Series pressure regulators are now available in sizes from 4” to 12”. Compact with only one moving part these unique regulators provide precision performance suitable for high-flow applications in gas and fluids.