Aerovent History

Aerovent began manufacturing electrical motors in 1926, as Piqua Electric Manufacturing. In 1932, the motor business was purchased by Niels A. Lundgard and Martin W. Bauer and this marked the beginning of Aerovent Fan Company, Inc. This tiny Midwestern fabricator, who produced "aeroplane propeller" industrial fans, fought to secure a foothold in the emerging air moving and ventilation market through quality products with innovative features. Seven decades have passed and the Aerovent line has become the symbol of quality air handling equipment in every industry. Advanced engineering, accurate and dependable ratings, and fully guaranteed performance have served as our guide in the development and manufacture of excellence and serviceability.

Strengthened by our roots, deeply planted in knowledge and experience, Aerovent is setting the industry standard, and the competition is following suit. A new manufacturing facility and a dedicated work force of highly skilled and committed employees keep Aerovent at the forefront in fan manufacturing. An AMCA registered test laboratory assures that Aerovent remains the quality leader in the field of air moving and ventilation equipment. A knowledgeable representative sales force insures that the right product is matched to each application - every time.