Ross Canada

Ross Canada

26 Saunders Rd, Barrie, Ontario, L4N9A8 Canada View map
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Established and headquartered in Michigan since 1921, ROSS Controls is an international designer and ISO certified manufacturer of pneumatic valves and controls systems. An innovative and driving force in the pneumatic safety industry for over 50 years, ROSS focuses on tailored technology to provide customers with a distinct value advantage. ROSS has subsidiaries in Germany, Japan, the United Kingdom, India, Brazil, France, and China plus 145 worldwide stocking distributors.
ROSS Controls┬« and concern for machine safety… the two go hand in hand. ROSS has been designing and supplying the “industry standards” of safety products for pneumatic energy isolation (LOTO) and control reliable double valves for the Press metal-forming industry for clutch/brake applications and the general manufacturing sector for decades. Even before Federal and State Occupational Safety and Health Administrations (OSHA) existed, ROSS designed and supplied valves for energy isolation and mechanical press clutch/brake control valves that were later widely recognized as aids to companies for regulatory compliance in non-press applications. These are some of the most safety critical pneumatic valve applications in manufacturing today, and ROSS has been there to help make jobs safer for workers, helping to protect our customers’ investments in machinery, and increase productivity.

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  • Mr Todd Paquet
    General Manager

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Integrated safety system boosts safety and productivity
July 25, 2017 by Ross Canada

In an aim to meet customer requirements for worker safety and productivity, many manufacturers make great efforts to design and produce safe machinery that maintains productivity. This was the impetus behind a collaboration

The advantages of single-point lockout
July 7, 2017 by Ross Canada

Lockout is a necessary step when it comes to machine safety; however, there are certain situations where the number of lockout locations can be reduced to one location near the operator. This single-point

Machine guarding contributes to increased productivity
June 29, 2017 by Ross Canada

There are many costs associated with workplace accidents. Machine downtime, lost production, worker health-care costs, employee training and increased workers’ compensation costs are just some examples. Clearly, the cost of safety devices and