Monoxivent is guided today, as it has been for over 60 years, by Monoxivent’s original values: a commitment to product quality, customer service, innovation, business integrity, and a high regard for individual contributions. Monoxivent, founded in 1953, has grown from a small shop to a thriving corporation that looks to carry its momentum into the years ahead. The company, which specializes in source capture systems and products, competes with the nation’s elite in regard to vehicle and fume exhaust solutions.
Monoxivent has grown and moved into a new office, production, and fabrication facility in 2013. The corporate offices are located in a building adjacent to the manufacturing facility in Rock Island, IL. This move has allowed the Monoxivent team to serve its customers with more efficiency, while maintaining the quality that the company has built its foundation upon. The offices and production space for Monoxivent, and parent Crawford Co., are a combined 97,175-sq. ft. located in Rock Island, IL and Dubuque, IA.
Monoxivent also acquired additional capabilities and support in 2000. Monoxivent now has “in-house” access to laser-cutting centers, a CNC punch, a plasma cutting system, and a team of specialty-weld designers. Monoxivent is proud to offer products “Made in the USA” by its’ team of experienced fabricators.
The manufacturing capabilities of Monoxivent include a complete line of vehicle exhaust extraction systems, hose reels, overhead and underground exhaust systems, rail systems, source capture ﬂex arms, portable ﬁlter units, and wall mount ﬁlter systems, cartridge collectors with air pulse cleaning, cyclone dust collectors, free hanging ﬁlter units, FRP (ﬁberglass rein-forced plastic) Solutions, and custom design build services for special requirements from our customers.
Monoxivent prides itself in developing and offering products that meet the demand for “user friendly systems.” The design has been based upon direct communication with end users, listening to their needs and improving upon various ideas and concepts. This method of design caters to the users of our systems, thus making the purchase of Monoxivent products a wise investment.
Monoxivent Shop Worker
Crawford Company is seeking qualified applicants for the position of Monoxivent shop worker. This position performs tasks required to fabricate and assemble products to customer’s specifications. This position follows standard work methods and practices safe work habits to ensure production and assembly are as efficient and safe as possible. Welding and fabrication experience preferred.
- Performs assembly and sub-assemblies, using hand tools as well as electronic and pneumatic tooling.
- Must be able to weld steel and stainless steel, aluminum a plus, using MIG welding machines.
- Must be familiar with sheet metal layout and use of sheet metal forming tools such as brakes, sheers, rollers, etc.
- Must be able to read and interpret product drawings and specifications.
- Must be proficient at math.
- Reports defective materials or questionable conditions to the department supervisor.
- Maintains the work area and equipment in a clean and orderly condition and follows prescribed safety regulations.
- Performs prescribed preventive maintenance on machines as required.
- Completes tasks as directed by manufacturing schedules with minimum supervision.
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Monoxivent, founded in 1953, has grown from a small shop to a thriving corporation. The “Monoxivent brand” originated under the KENT-MORE corporate umbrella in Detroit, MI. In the early days, the company promoted “getting rid of exhaust fumes, without wasting heat!” A selling point that holds true in the 21st Century. Health, safety, and efficiency were also big selling points in the 1950’s, as they are today.
The Monoxivent Jr. was an early top seller and was targeted towards gasoline service stations. The system offered an inexpensive, yet practical method of eliminating fumes. A version of this is offered today with high-temperature hose and door ports.
Underfloor systems were also very popular from the outset. Neoprene, stainless steel, and galvanized tubing were all popular options, especially in the 1960’s and 1970’s.
The company moved to Moline, IL/Rock Island, IL (Quad Cities), in the 1980’s. John Sandberg and Drake DeVore grew the business throughout the nation in the 1980’s and through the 1990’s. DeVore added “DSP” to the corporate name in the 1990’s. Today the company is referred to as Monoxivent once again.
Crawford Co. then purchased Monoxivent in 2000 and brought the company into its corporate mix.
TEAMWORK: We work together as one team aimed at reaching common goals.
INNOVATION: We are flexible and resourceful in discovering innovative solutions.
QUALITY: We strive to deliver the highest quality products and service.
CUSTOMER SERVICE: We act with the utmost professionalism in serving our customers.
INTEGRITY: We show what we believe by practicing these values.
Statement generated by company-wide employee planning process, along with parent organization (Crawford Co.), 2/22/11