Industrial Fans since 1946

Heavy Duty, Engineered to Order Fans


Ventmeca specializes in design and manufacturing of industrial fans since 1946. With over 70 years of experience in standard and custom fans, we can serve our customers with the most reliable, heavy-duty and cost-effective solutions.

Our team of fan specialists is dedicated at providing best-in-class customer support throughout your project cycle, starting at the budgeting and quotation phases.

Our fan specialists will use their extensive knowledge of the industrial markets and applications to deliver customer satisfaction and successful projects.

Our locations in Europe and North America allow us to better serve our customers from all around the globe. We can meet the requirements of North  American standards such AMCA and API or International standards such as ISO.


The company Ventmeca was created on November 15th, 1946 in Levallois-Perret, France. Its activities consisted of designing and studying industrial fans. The manufacturing was subcontracted locally.

With increasing sales, the management decided to move the company to Courbevoie on January 1st, 1949 and build its own office and manufacturing plant. In 1956, the Courbevoie installations could not cope with increasing sales. Ventmeca purchased a land in Saint-Omer-en-Chaussée. This is where the actual 85 000 ft2 (8 000 m2) installations are built.

During this period, Ventmeca continued to perform studies on axial and centrifugal industrial fans. New models and high-pressure fans were added to the Ventmeca product lineup.

In the 1990’s, Ventmeca modernised its operations with numerical control laser cutting and robotised welding machines.

In 2014, Ventmeca was purchased by the Canadian company Jemesco. In 2015, the North American Division is created to better serve the North American markets. A modern 30 000 ft2 (3 000 m2) building was built in St-Bruno, Canada, with state-of-the-art technologies and testing capabilities. Sales, engineering, project management and fabrication are done in this new location.

North America Plant

North American Plant

Ventmeca France

European Plant