The only time any of these words would be commonly hyphenated would be with the old-time typewriters or when writing longhand. When you get to the margin, long words have to be broken between syllables, and the hyphen is how you know the word is continued on the next line.
That said, there is a case where your first two examples could be hyphenated- when the reference is to venting, and the venting was done before the time referenced.
'The kitchen exhaust hood came from the factory pre-vented.'
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