RoboVent

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    RoboVent—The Leaders In Air Filtration For Welding Operations And Industrial Processes Back in 1989 Great Lakes Air Systems was launched as a distributor of quality dust collection systems for industry. Very quickly the focus was further defined, when a need for highly specialized air filtration systems for welding operations was identified. At that time the main issue facing the industry was the constant risk of fire in weld smoke collection equipment, ignited by the hot welding sparks inherent to the process. Great Lakes saw an overwhelming need for better technology and developed the first generation of its spark arrestance and fire suppression technology in 1995. The success of this new system positioned Great Lakes as an innovator and market leader. But that was only the beginning. From there other key issues that had plagued the industry for years were identified, targeted and addressed by the Great Lakes engineers. And an interesting thing began to happen. Due to the success of our RoboVent branded collectors, customers began referring to Great Lakes as “RoboVent”. It was only natural that in 2007 Great Lakes changed its corporate name to RoboVent. Since then, our engineers have developed newer, more advanced versions of our proprietary SparkOut® technology for fire suppression along with a range of air filtration systems for welding applications and other industrial processes. But the many technical achievements that RoboVent has scored throughout the years have their origins in our industry-leading air filtration equipment and systems for welding operations. Today, more than 23 years and 70 employees later, RoboVent has become a design, engineering and manufacturing company providing a range of products used in process systems at manufacturing facilities. What hasn’t changed is our fundamental approach to business, born from an entrepreneur’s instincts and a relentless work ethic. The passion to be the best by solving customers’ problems was the key. That philosophy continues to drive our company today. In our pursuit of excellence, RoboVent has established itself as the benchmark for industrial solutions across a broad range of industries and applications, with systems and service that have proven to be efficient, reliable and cost-effective. And our growth in new markets has happened because we realized that we are, in essence, an environmental problem solving company for process systems.
    TypePrivate
    Founded1989
    HQSterling Heights, US
    Websiterobovent.com
    Employee Ratings4.2
    Culture scoreF

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    Employees (est.) (May 2020)89(-2%)

    RoboVent Office Locations

    RoboVent has offices in Sterling Heights, Burnsville, Columbus, Hartland and in 4 other locations
    Sterling Heights, US (HQ)
    37900 Mound Rd
    Burnsville, US
    14250 Judicial Rd
    Columbus, US
    275 Outerbelt St
    Hartland, US
    553 S Industrial Dr
    Knoxville, US
    2811 John Deere Dr
    Zionsville, US
    7711 S Indianapolis Rd
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    RoboVent Financials and Metrics

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    1989

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    RoboVent Company Culture

    • Overall Culture

      F

      41/100

    • CEO Rating

      F

      30/100

    • Compensation

      F

      10/100

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    RoboVent Blogs

    Why Smart Dust Collectors are a Smart Investment

    Today’s best dust collectors are more sophisticated than one might think. It’s not good enough for dust collectors to function like giant vacuum cleaners. Nowadays, “smart” and automated control systems help manufacturers get more out of their air quality equipment by improving energy ef…

    10 Ways to Reduce the Risk of Combustible Dust Explosions

    Manufacturing facilities are almost always at risk for combustible dust explosions.The risk is even greater when processes produce sparks (ie. welding, grinding and metal cutting) and dusts aren't captured properly. Fortunately, most explosions are preventable. Here are 10 ways to reduce…

    How Do Combustible Dust Explosions Happen?

    Without adequate dust control, many fabrication shops are at high risk for dust explosions. Is your manufacturing facility at risk? Due to the nature of metalworking dust particulates and the many sources of sparks and heat in the fabrication process, the answer is probably "yes." The ke…

    Fabtech 2018

    November 6-8, 2018 Atlanta GA Visit RoboVent at FABTECH 2018, North America's Largest Metal Forming, Fabricating, Welding and Finishing Event. Booth #C11974 fabtechexpo.com The post Fabtech 2018 appeared first on Robovent.

    Constructing a Cleaner Future: Air Quality and the Structural Steel Industry

    The structural steel industry is growing fast—and so are problems associated with fabrication of structural steel components. When welding, cutting, or grinding happen in the great outdoors—as is generally the case when constructing bridges and buildings—fumes and dust don't have a chan…

    Structural Steel: A Growing Industry

    The structural steel market is rising as fast as a skyscraper in Shanghai. Nearly 125 million tons were produced in 2016, and the industry is projected to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 5.5%. By 2025, the global structural steel market is projected to reach $140.4 billio…
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    RoboVent Frequently Asked Questions

    • When was RoboVent founded?

      RoboVent was founded in 1989.

    • How many employees does RoboVent have?

      RoboVent has 89 employees.

    • Who are RoboVent competitors?

      Competitors of RoboVent include IMI, Carroll Air Systems and LU-VE.

    • 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, Hartland and in 4 other locations.

    • How many offices does RoboVent have?

      RoboVent has 8 offices.