History

  • 2018: The investment fund Ciclad and the new manager, Jean-Jacques Gaudiot, have decided to invest jointly in the takeover of SEAT Ventilation and its American subsidiary, PLASTEC Ventilation.
  • 2013: SEAT adds SEAT 50 inline fan to its range of PP fans
  • 2012: SEAT AirControl new generation of airflow monitors and controls
  • 2006: SEAT AirControl new generation of airflow monitors and controls is introduced onto markets. SEAT Ventilation SA is experiencing a 2 figures growth rate and is currently represented in 45 countries.
  • 2005: SEAT is relocating offices and factory in Verniolle, located an hour South of Toulouse nearby the Pyrenees Mountains. The brand new factory and offices are built from the ground up to accommodate fast growth on domestic and international markets

SEAT Ventilation factory

  • 1999: Creation of ‘Plastec Ventilation, Inc’ the US subsidiary of SEAT covering the Americas. Originally located in the Philadelphia area, it has since then been moved to Bradenton, Florida
  • 1998: Introduction of ‘STORM’ Series fans for application requiring higher pressure
  • 1997: The ‘SEAT Control’ airflow monitor for fume cupboard is born. This equipment quickly becomes the monitor and control of choice of French laboratory furniture makers and installers.
  • Creation of « Thermoseat », subsiduary of SEAT in Hungary
  • 1996: Establishment of  ‘Seplast‘, subsidiary of SEAT in the Czech Republic
  • 1995: SEAT adds the ‘JET Series’ inline fans to its range of PP fans.
  • 1988: Launch of the new and existing range of PP centrifugal called ‘SEAT Series ‘. The unique and colorful design is quickly a hit on domestic and foreign markets.
  • 1968: Establishment of  SEAT by Mr. Bernard Chapel, father of current CEO. The family owned business is located in Montfermeil, a close suburb of Paris. The company specialises in the field of plastic boiler making including plastic fans, fume hoods, etc.