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Beating the English climate

5/9/2017

To stay competitive on the international arena, English cricket players have to train harder and extend the season. But there is one major obstacle: the English weather. To start training earlier, teams usually have to travel to sunnier, warmer countries like South Africa. This is expensive. One progressive English cricket club had an idea: by putting up a tent on a new wicket for pre-season training they provided opportunities for their players to train more effectively, regardless of outdoor conditions. There was just one problem: condensation was building up and dripping onto the wicket, spoiling the perfect playing surface.

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Guardian angels

5/9/2017

An American healthy frozen meals company had an unhealthy moisture issue to deal with at their main location. In their production room, condensation was dripping from the ceiling. And the cooling coils were freezing due to excess heat and humidity from adjacent areas. Not very surprisingly, the US Department of Agriculture was stepping in, threatening to shut down production.

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A flying start in 2017

5/9/2017

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Clearing up after Desmond, Eva and Frank

5/4/2017

During the month of December 2015, the northern parts of the UK were hit by three consecutive storms. In spite of their friendly names, Desmond, Eva and Frank wreaked havoc on many cities and the countryside. Rivers were flooded and burst their banks. People had to leave their homes and belongings. Help was needed at once

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Polygon reaps the benefits for building a better business

4/28/2017

Our 2016 financial performance reflects another year of significant achievements for Polygon, demonstrating the value of our strategy and our sustainable business model.

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