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Ventilation systems for Manufacturing Facilities: Meet Requirements & Improve Air Quality in the Workplace

We provide industrial ventilation systems for manufacturing facilities that improves air quality in the workplace and increases productivity. Our technology controls worker/employee exposure to airborne toxic chemicals or flammable vapors by exhausting contaminated air away from the work area and replacing it with clean air.

Manufacturing plants and industrial facilities have industry and application specific requirements for process air ventilation. The need for addressing a ventilation system in a plant arises when dusts, fumes, or chemical concentrations in the air become a safety hazard. Our mechanical engineers will work with your facilities manager to identify specific needs, requirements, layouts and measurements. From there, Ventilation Solutions can identify the most effective customized application and provide a quote.

Before moving into the design stage of an industrial ventilation system, we assess the current manufacturing process so that we can best determine the specific type of solution that will be most effective for your unique manufacturing process. The ventilation system must accomplish the following:

  • Exchange clean air for dirty
  • Identify & isolate contaminated air
  • Remove dust, fumes, smoke, chemicals
  • Meet compliance standards

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Designing a customized ventilation system for your plant requires knowledge and experience.

With over 50 years of experience designing ventilation technology, we have the know-how to address your ventilation needs no matter how extreme the environment. Our engineering, desing, and project management staff takes every aspect of the environment into consideration when developing a solution to fit your needs. Here are just some of the things we take into consideration when developing a customized application for your facility.

  • The application process used in plant
  • Details of all materials used
  • Velocities required to move the material in the duct
  • Explosiveness (Kst value) of the dust
  • Hood design
  • Impact of dynamic changes in the process or the collection process (surge of material, density
    of the air, etc.)
  • The type of collector needed and the media that will work best with the material


  • VOC-Capture system and end of stack controls (Thermo oxidizers)
  • EPA method 204 permanent or temporary enclosure
  • EPA 100% capture requirement


  • NFPA
  • Mechanical & Building Codes
  • Exposure monitoring & sampling
  • Permits

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