RoboVent, the leader in clean air solutions, is celebrating its Silver Anniversary. For 25 years, the company has innovated world class industrial solutions, providing partners with state-of-the-art applications of fume extraction and air filtration.

RoboVent was incorporated on August 23rd, 1989 and started as a small distributor of filtration equipment. Beginning with only 2 staff members in a 12’x12’ room, the business endeavored to obtain and develop a number of its own product lines. During the subsequent 25 years, ever expanding commercial partnerships, as well as a collection of faithful employees have energized the company’s tremendous evolution.

Today, RoboVent is a leading manufacturer of extraction systems, with a multitude of product lines, delivering solutions to worldwide enterprises. By coordinating complete, turn-key products which incorporate design, installation, and preventative maintenance - RoboVent now operates 12 offices, totaling (over) 70,000 sq. ft., spread across 2 countries and employs 98 full-time personnel. This extended scope of operation means local one-on-one support, and a fully customized application, is available in every region.

Please, contact RoboVent at http://www.robovent.com or 888.ROBOVENT for an Applications Specialist to review your needs.

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