Cut costs, improve efficiency with IVI’s industrial ventilation solutions.
Industrial ventilation systems are complex. Often, you’re faced with numerous questions to ensure you have the right system to meet air quality regulations and keep your employees safe. Whether your system needs to be redesigned or you need to install a brand new system, the decision—and expenses—you face can be daunting.
At IVI, we take pride in our turnkey solutions that help ensure your industrial ventilation system design fits your needs. In fact, our custom-designed and built solutions can save you up to 75 percent in engineering costs thanks to:
- Fewer redesigns
- Better use of fabricated parts
- Strong communication with our fabrication and installation teams
- Our efficient use of resources
We provide mechanical and structural engineering services, and use our IVI Flo simulation and analysis to visualize the air flow in your facility, which helps us build a system that’s right for you. IVI will help you comply with:
- State DNR and DEQ agencies
Industrial ventilation system design for your industry
We have a long track record of offering solutions in a variety of industries throughout the United States, Canada and Mexico. This experience sets us apart from other industrial ventilation system manufacturers, especially in the areas of:
- Pulp and paper
- Material handling
- Food processing and packaging
- Plastic manufacturing and packaging
- Wood milling and forestry
Our engineers and designers guarantee positive results, and our install team will drop-ship and install at U.S. locations. Let us help you design and build the right solution the first time.
Learn more about our design-build capabilities in this video:
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What Our Clients Have Said
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