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Vanaire designs, fabricates and installs complete Ventilation Systems

Vanaire specializes in the design and manufacture of custom Air Pollution Control and Air Scrubbing Systems for a wide range of industrial applications. Our engineers can inspect your facility and design a custom Air Pollution Control and Ventilation System that can efficiently remove gaseous pollutants and other particulate matter from the air.

Ventilation SystemsWith Vanaire Air Pollution Control and Air Scrubbing Systems, you can equip your facility with ventilation equipment that’s compliant with relevant local, state, and federal standards and regulations. Our expert engineers are committed to designing the most efficient ventilation systems designed to capture contaminants from the air while reducing your manufacturing environmental impact.
Custom Designed Ventilation Systems

At Vanaire, our highly-skilled engineers have an in-depth understanding of air pollution control systems and modern environmental issues. Our team will provide a custom solution that doesn’t just address your air quality control and particulate capture needs but also factors in your impact on the environment. Our more than 20 years of experience build state-of-the-art ventilation systems for industrial needs allows us to provide the best custom solutions built specifically for every client.
Air Pollution Control Systems Made from Corrosion-Resistant Materials

Vanaire uses corrosion-resistant materials such as PVC, FRP, and polypropylene among others, ensuring the durability, longevity, and optimal performance of your Ventilation System. Our engineers will thoroughly evaluate your facility and all major compliance requirements to provide you with the most efficient and effective Air Pollution Control solutions for your enterprise.

Whether you need repairs, a single part, or a complete system, Vanaire has you covered. Contact the Vanaire team to commission any of our Air Pollution Control and Ventilation Systems today.

You can learn more about air pollution control in the United States from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.