Inside REVEN – Interview with industry ventilation product manager Patrick Roller

Patrick Roller has been managing the support of air cleaners for machine tools and for the mechanical engineering industry at REVEN for a year now. This week Patrick answered the interview questions on our Inside REVEN blog, here are his answers:

Which three things in your life are you most thankful for?

For my family, friends and a safe job.

If you were a food, what would it be?

A juicy steak. 😉

How often do you look at your mobile phone every day?

I think too often.

What profession did your parents have in mind for you?

I don’t think they imagined anything special. But I also think they knew it was going to be something technical.

What will be your next project?

Retrofit a quick shifter on my motorcycle.

What could you possibly do without in your life?

Fish and arugula.

And what could you not do without in your life?

Good music.

What used to be your favourite subject?

Very early math until it got too complicated ;-), then more the technical subjects such as technical physics, manufacturing technology and construction.

If your life was filmed: Which actor (or actress) would play you?

Adam Sandler, I find all of his films very entertaining.

If you could choose a country: Which one would you like to live in?

I’m actually very happy here in Germany. However, I find Portugal very beautiful and interesting.

What would you get up for in the middle of the night?

I have a much too deep sleep for that. 🙂

What do you enjoy most about your job?

The varied activities and the atmosphere among colleagues.

What should never be missing in your holiday suitcase?

Bluetooth speaker.

What are your hobbies and do you have a nice snapshot of one of your hobbies?

My biggest hobby is to ride a motorcycle. The best way to relax is to switch off my thoughts.

Patrick at a motorcycle training at the German Vogelsberg Ring
Patrick at a motorcycle training at the German Vogelsberg Ring

Finally, one more question: What is your favorite song, if you also take into account the message of the song?

I currently hear a lot from Enrico Sangiuliano. There is no message because nothing is sung ;-).