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VerdexAir® Keeps Your Data Flowing

Providing you cost-effective ways to optimize uptime and achieve reliable, sustainable operations.

VerdexAir® Means Peak Data Performance


VerdexAir® Focused on Data

Your business is inherently complex – so bring clarity to your operations with filtration technology integrated for the needs of a data center. Our VerdexAir® solutions are designed to keep your data center operations running at peak performance.

Data Centers Need Healthy Air

Now more than ever, mission-critical data centers require high security and reliability. Indoor air quality plays a crucial role in keeping data centers, server racks and electronic components fully functional.


Particulate and gaseous contaminants pose a serious threat to this security. They can come from indoor sources, from people entering and exiting the building, and from outdoor ventilation systems. These contaminants can result in equipment downtime, complete failure or, in worst case, loss of data.

Risks Include:


  • Corrosion of components due to dust containing sulfur-bearing gases

  • Obstruction of cooling air flow and deformation of surfaces

  • Electrical impedance changes, circuit failure and burnout, with the associated fire risk


The Problem with Data Center HVAC Units

Data centers are among the highest consumers of electric power.

Today nearly all the world's IP traffic goes through data centers. It is not just captured once. "For every bit of data that travels the network from a data center to end users, another five bits of data are transmitted within and among data centers," according to the International Energy Agency's "Data Centers and Data Transmission Networks" report released November 2021.

A data center is a energy-guzzling facility: with nearly 40% of energy going to its cooling systems to maintain a temperature-controlled environment, round the clock. Estimates further suggest that data centers account for up to 5% of global greenhouse gas emissions.

Save Millions in Energy Costs

The life cycle cost of a filter can be broken down as depicted. The initial investment includes the capital cost of the filter, frame and installation, and contributes about 6%.


Further costs to be considered are maintenance cost, which represents the cost of replacement filters and labor, and cost to dispose of the used filters.


By far the largest cost contribution however, is the energy cost of the system necessary to power the fan, making up 76% of the total cost.

Energy consumption of a VerdexAir® Filter made from Verdex 3D nanofibers is approximately 40% lower than with a traditional HEPA filter of the same efficiency rating.


This energy savings directly translates into a 60% cost savings, allowing significant monetary savings potential for building installations requiring a multitude of filters.

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Virus Free Buildings

In times of a pandemic, the regular filter set-up will no longer be sufficiently effective. Standard HVAC filters are not designed to safely capture viruses and bacteria. 

VerdexAir® provides innovative Nanofiber HEPA level filtration that captures 99.9% of viruses.


Healthy Air can become a reality without major system changes or reconfigurations or downtimes.

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VerdexAir® Upgrade Summary

Significantly reduce operational cost by reducing the energy need

Protect Air Handling Units and equipment against contamination

Protect employees, and visitors against viral infections

Increase energy efficiency and lower energy costs

We Know How to Deliver Lower Energy Costs To Your Data Center

Whether you want to help protect your workers by creating a healthier environment, or reduce your facility’s energy costs, we’ll work with you to customize a solution to meet your needs.

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