IAQ and Construction: Data Centers and Mission-Critical

July 21, 2023


Data Centers and mission-critical construction projects often face challenges related to real-time data availability and proactive measures in terms of indoor air quality (IAQ.) Polygon’s ExactAire™ IAQ system overcomes these challenges. The system prevents leaks, condensation on electrical equipment, and dust or particulate matter accumulation on materials or gear, thereby avoiding significant losses and costs for project stakeholders. Additionally, the system contributes to the health and well-being of site workers by reducing the potential impact on their respiratory systems. Furthermore, the Polygon smart control feature allows efficient equipment run times, supporting sustainability efforts by reducing on-site carbon emissions. By implementing Polygon’s solutions, clients can enhance project outcomes while prioritizing environmental responsibility.

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