Among 100 companies selected by the French Economy Ministry to officialy launch the French Fab program
Launch of the T7 Oil free compressor for tramway applications
More than 210.000 ERVOR compressors sold worldwide.
ERVOR wins the much coveted "Entreprises & Environnement" prize with a major breakthrough in compressed air technology
Prototype of the new G10 compressor (160m3@40b) built around ERVOR's unique flat-twin and monobloc piston architecture
New state of the art information system
Launch of the new G08 compressor (80m3@40b) built around ERVOR's unique flat-twin and monobloc piston architecture
Ervor moves to new premises (Argenteuil, Paris suburb)
Launch of the ISO 9000 certification program
Ervor is the winner of the much coveted "Trophée de l'Innovation" for the performance and the uniqueness of the GO6's design.
Implementation of the industry's first electronic commerce web site for the purchase of spare parts.
Launch of the G06 (start-air compressor ) development program.
Implementation of Computer Aided Design (CAD)
Development of the "Rafale" product line (low pressure screw type air compressors).
RAQ 2 certification granted by the SIAR (Organisme de Surveillance Industrielle de l'Armement).
First major engineering projects.
Merger of ERVOR and ENVE.
Development of the first French pneumatic starter for the CNET (Centre National d'Études et de Télécommunications). First air compressors for offshore oil-drilling platforms.
First air compressors (modules 2000) for France Telecom and for thermal power plants. Veritas and OTAN certifications.
ENVE (manufacture of standard low pressure air compressors) acquires ERVOR.
First air compressors for nuclear power plants.
First air compressors for oil-drilling in the Sahara and SNCF locomotive engines.
First air compressors developed for the military.
Full line of air compressors for diesel engine starting.
Creation of ERVOR by Mr Gouzer and Mr. Voreau.
First project: Air compressors for the new steel bodied river barges following a decision y the French government to develop the industry (old wooden barges were destroyed during World War II).