Commtest hires Mark Vowell as Senior Application Engineer

  • August 21, 2007
  • Commtest, Inc.
  • News
Knoxville, TN – August 21, 2007 - Commtest announces the hiring of Mark Vowell as a Senior Application Engineer in Knoxville, Tennessee. He will be part of the Application Engineering Team for customer technical support. His duties will also include product training, providing expertise and technical documentation as well as working with the Product Development Engineers in New Zealand to enhance future products.“Mark has a wealth of experience in providing and supporting integrated reliability solutions within the industry. I am delighted to have him join Commtest and know he will be an invaluable asset to the current team of Application Engineers," said Kevin Deverell, Director of Sales-North America. Mark, who was recruited to Commtest, comes on board with more than 16 years of experience with Emerson CSI where previously he held positions of Test Engineer, Field Services Engineer and Manager of Remote Analysis. Mark is an accomplished professional with numerous professional and educational credentials including a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Tennessee – Knoxville and Level 2 Vibration Institute Certification.About Commtest Founded in 1989 in New Zealand, Commtest Instruments Ltd (Commtest) is a privately held company whose mission is to bring the benefits of vibration analysis to mainstream industry. Small and medium sized companies were previously not able to implement condition monitoring programs due to the high cost of data collection and analyzing equipment. With Commtest’s product line, companies of all sizes can now afford a condition monitoring program and realize the return on investment from equipment optimization and scheduled downtimes. Commtest’s flagship product, the vbOnline, is flexible, modular and permanently installed to remotely monitor the health of critical assets 24/7, automatically alerting to potential problems. Learn More

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