RoboVent Highlights “Cool” New “ICE” Line!

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RoboVent ( is showcasing their revolutionary RoboVent ICE (Integrated Cooling Equipment) system for the month of April! RoboVent, a leader in the design and manufacture of ventilation and filtration systems for some of the world's most successful manufacturing companies, formally launched RoboVent ICE to the public in November of 2014.

RoboVent ICE

“ICE is absolutely the most exciting offering in our product line, as well as in the industry currently”, RoboVent’s VP of Sales, Brian Pitzer, said. “No other company is able to offer the combined benefits of both air-conditioning as well as clean-air filtration from a single source system” Pitzer continued.

ICE is available to RoboVent’s already industry dominating ambient systems, or as an upgrade to some of their other current and existing systems. This flexibility allows current RoboVent customers to upgrade their facilities’ systems to include air-conditioning in a cost effective way, which may aide in increasing employee productivity and impact employer’s bottom line during the hot months of the year where studies show productivity dips 2% for every 1.8 degrees over 77 degrees Fahrenheit in a manufacturing environment.
About The Company
During the past 25 years RoboVent has established itself as leader in the field of air filtration with highly efficient, reliable and cost-effective systems installed at major manufacturing operations across North America. Applications include welding, cutting and metalworking; dust and lubricant mist collection; and general ventilation. RoboVent is headquartered in Sterling Heights, Mich., with sales and service centers located throughout the United States and the world. At its core, RoboVent is an environmental problem solving company for process systems. Their expertise and resources in collecting, filtering and recycling contaminated air can be applied to almost any process in the manufacturing environment. For more information, visit


Stuart Pollak
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