RoboVent

    OverviewSuggest Edit

    RoboVent is a company providing air filtration and industrial ventilation solutions. It offers dust and fume, ambient dust, plasma and laser cutting dust, portable and mobile dust, and oil mist collectors, as well as robotic weld fume extraction and manual weld fume equipment. The company serves aerospace, aviation, electronics,m mining, automotive, recycling, transportation equipment, renewables, and other industries.
    TypePrivate
    Founded1989
    HQSterling Heights, MI, US
    Websiterobovent.com
    Employee Ratings4.4
    Overall CultureF

    Latest Updates

    Employees (est.) (Apr 2021)84
    Cybersecurity ratingCMore

    Key People/Management at RoboVent

    Rick Kreczmer

    Rick Kreczmer

    President
    Mike Meyer

    Mike Meyer

    Executive Vice President Solution Sales
    Jeff Wolf

    Jeff Wolf

    Chief Financial Officer
    Ryan McWilliams

    Ryan McWilliams

    Director of Project Management
    Chris Cea

    Chris Cea

    Solutions Director
    Alysha Yinger

    Alysha Yinger

    Director of Engineering
    Show more

    RoboVent Office Locations

    RoboVent has offices in Sterling Heights, Burnsville, Columbus, Council Bluffs and in 6 other locations
    Sterling Heights, MI, US (HQ)
    37900 Mound Rd
    Burnsville, MN, US
    14250 Judicial Rd
    Columbus, OH, US
    275 Outerbelt St
    Council Bluffs, IA, US
    4405 S 19th St
    Hartland, WI, US
    553 S Industrial Dr
    Knoxville, TN, US
    2811 John Deere Dr
    Show all (10)

    RoboVent Financials and Metrics

    Summary Metrics

    Founding Date

    1989

    RoboVent Cybersecurity Score

    Cybersecurity ratingPremium dataset

    C

    77/100

    SecurityScorecard logo

    RoboVent Online and Social Media Presence

    Embed Graph

    RoboVent Company Culture

    • Overall Culture

      F

      41/100

    • CEO Rating

      F

      30/100

    • Compensation

      F

      10/100

    Learn more on Comparably

    RoboVent Blogs

    Understanding Cartridge Dust Collector Pricing: Comparing Apples to Apples

    If you’re in the market for a cartridge-style industrial dust collector, you’re probably in the process of comparing multiple bids. But to make an educated decision, you have to understand how to make an apples-to-apples comparison between different dust collector models and bids. A coll…

    Understanding Cartridge Dust Collector Pricing

    If you’re in the market for a cartridge-style industrial dust collector, you’re probably in the process of comparing multiple bids. But to make an educated decision, you have to understand how to make an apples-to-apples comparison between different dust collector models and bids. A coll…

    How Often Should You Change Filters in Winter?

    In cold weather, your dust collector and HVAC filters should be inspected and changed more frequently. That’s because your systems are working harder in the winter months.As the weather cools, your HVAC system has to work harder to maintain a comfortable air temperature in your facility.…

    Winterizing Your Outdoor Dust Collector and Filters

    Is your dust collector located outside your facility? If the answer is yes, there are a few steps you should take each fall to make sure your dust collector is ready for colder weather. Winterizing your dust collector will protect your filters and pulsing system and reduce wear and tear …

    New Species CrossFit Case Study | Royal Oaks, Michigan.

    Powerful Air Cleaners Enable Safer Workouts in the COVID Era New Species CrossFit is a CrossFit affiliate gym in Royal Oaks, Michigan. After the COVID-related shutdowns in the spring of 2020, owner Josh Hunnicutt knew he needed a strategy to protect and reassure skittish patrons when gyms reopened. …

    Cold Weather and Indoor Air Quality (IAQ)

    When the weather turns colder, indoor air quality (IAQ) can deteriorate. During the winter months, it is especially important to take care of your filters in both your dust collection system and your HVAC system.Colder temperatures are associated with poor IAQ in manufacturing facilities…
    Show more

    RoboVent Frequently Asked Questions

    • When was RoboVent founded?

      RoboVent was founded in 1989.

    • Who are RoboVent key executives?

      RoboVent's key executives are Rick Kreczmer, Mike Meyer and Jeff Wolf.

    • How many employees does RoboVent have?

      RoboVent has 84 employees.

    • Who are RoboVent competitors?

      Competitors of RoboVent include LMB North America, Environmental Test Systems and Anlagenbau Neundoerfer.

    • Where is RoboVent headquarters?

      RoboVent headquarters is located at 37900 Mound Rd, Sterling Heights.

    • Where are RoboVent offices?

      RoboVent has offices in Sterling Heights, Burnsville, Columbus, Council Bluffs and in 6 other locations.

    • How many offices does RoboVent have?

      RoboVent has 10 offices.