Temperature Monitoring

Vaccine Temperature Monitoring in Pharma Facilities

Improper temperature control is a leading cause of lost vaccine supplies. When vaccines aren’t maintained at the proper temperature (typically 2-8 degrees Celsius/35-46 degrees Fahrenheit), they quickly lose potency. The CDC’s 2014 Vaccine Storage and Handling Toolkit, which provides vaccine storage and handling best practices, recommends using a temperature monitoring system for every medical storage …

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What to look for in a Wireless Temperature Monitoring System

Due to most systems being priced ‘per sensor’, understanding the situations where an individual sensor can monitor multiple parameters is therefore very important. There are a variety of situations that you may want to monitor, it is also highly important that the sensors in your system can accommodate a variety of parameters, locations and equipment. …

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Automated Legionella Temperature Monitoring for Legionella Testing UK

Legionella pneumophila or Legionnaire’s Disease, as it is more frequently known, is a potentially fatal form of pneumonia and everyone is susceptible to infection. It is a bacterium readily found in natural water sources but usually harmless as the numbers of bacteria commonly found in natural water sources is low.

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