Company will contribute expertise to several Infrastructure Masons (iMasons) committees
K&N Engineering recently became a member of Infrastructure Masons (iMasons), a global non-profit association of digital infrastructure professionals. This move reinforces the company’s commitment to building sustainable digital infrastructure.
In addition to being the leading manufacturer of high-performance, sustainable air filtration solutions for mission-critical infrastructure providers, now K&N Engineering has an excellent opportunity to contribute to iMasons’ mission of promoting energy efficiency, renewable energy, and net zero energy.
K&N Engineering has been committed to sustainability since its founding more than 50 years ago. Its unwavering commitment to zero waste and exceptional performance is the cornerstone of the company’s sustainability commitment. This company’s high-performance, reusable industrial air filters provide not only outstanding performance with high airflow and low restriction, but also reduce energy consumption through filtration efficiency, helping data centers and other mission-critical facilities achieve their sustainability goals.
“As the world increasingly relies on digital infrastructure, it’s essential that we prioritize sustainability in our industry,” said Jonathan Fiello, Chief Engineering Officer. “Joining iMasons allows us to collaborate with like-minded professionals to develop sustainable solutions that benefit both our customers and the planet.”
Along with joining iMasons, K&N Engineering has also committed to the iMasons Climate Accord, a global initiative to reduce carbon emissions from digital infrastructure. As a member of the Climate Accord, the company will join other industry leaders in committing to a set of ambitious goals, including reaching net-zero carbon emissions by 2030. The company also intends to participate in local chapter groups and several committees including Sustainability, Innovation, Inclusion and Technology.
To demonstrate their commitment, K&N Engineering has implemented a variety of sustainability initiatives. It ships its air filters in corrugate-free, reusable, returnable crates and manufactures the containers from partially recycled materials. As a member of iMasons, the company will contribute its expertise and commitment to sustainable development with a network of industry experts and thought leaders all working to advance sustainable and efficient digital infrastructure.
“Working together, we can make a significant impact on reducing the carbon footprint of the digital infrastructure industry while contributing to a more sustainable future for all,” Fiello said.