Oxford Flow future-proofing valve tech for hydrogen transition and beyond


Innovative valve technology manufacturer Oxford Flow likes to make things simple. With its focus on minimising moving parts and improving performance, the young company believes it is set to change the face of the energy, water and industrial sectors.

Born out of Oxford University’s Department of Engineering Science midway through 2015, the company began its journey with the installation of its IP series pressure regulating valve in South West Water’s live distribution network. Since then, it has installed valves across Europe, US, and the Middle East, as well as successfully raising over £15m in capital ventures.

Marketing itself as ‘reimagining valve technology’, Oxford Flow can be considered a front-runner in the brave new world into which the global energy transition is heading. Faris Churcher, Principal Applications Engineer at Oxford Flow, recently spoke to gasworld about this transition and how the company is best placed to adapt to a changing energy landscape.

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