Regulating Humidity and Temperatures for the Food Industry

June 1, 2023

We focus on the importance of regulating humidity and temperatures in the food industry to protect perishable products from farm to table. Excess moisture and heat can lead to health and safety concerns by promoting the growth of microbes and contaminants, making food unsafe to consume.

Polygon is highlighted as a global provider with the expertise, technology, and round-the-clock availability to respond to issues in the food industry. It’s highlighted that Polygon’s custom-designed temporary climate control systems, which offer simplicity and convenience in controlling temperatures, humidity levels, and ventilation based on the specific types of goods stored. These solutions are tailored to stabilize the climate, remove moisture, prevent microbial growth, preserve the integrity of materials, and maintain proper air quality.

Polygon’s temporary climate control solutions are applicable to various sectors within the food industry, including slaughterhouses, farms, and food processing and production plants.

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