temperature mapping

Temperature Monitoring vs Temperature Mapping

By Tektroniks Sales / 01/11/2022

Temperature monitoring is a permanent solution to record and store data. Users have the availability to see real-time data, while onsite and remotely. Temperature mapping is an exercise carried out to determine if an area is deemed suitable for storing temperature sensitive products. Temperature Monitoring Permanent installation Sensors record data 24/7, 365 days a year…

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Trailer Temperature Mapping with NG Transport

By Tektroniks Sales / 20/10/2022

NG Transport, warehousing and distribution specialists, pride themselves on quality of service when it comes to logistical needs. The Pharma department got in contact with Tek Troniks to strengthen their offering, to ensure transport trailers met regulatory requirements. Tek Troniks recommended carrying out temperature mapping of the trailers. This showcases how well the trailers perform…

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Success with Buffaload Logistics

By Tektroniks Sales / 28/09/2021

Cambridgeshire based Buffaload Logistics, a Logistics and Cold Chain Supply organisation, has 6 depots strategically placed throughout England. Having already made investments to bring proven environmental benefits to the way they operate, Julian Boulton, Compliance Director, got in contact with Tek Troniks to discuss temperature monitoring at multiple depots. After discussing all requirements, Tek Troniks…

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Temperature Mapping – Warehouse

By John Dyer / 28/06/2019

Differences in temperature over the; length, height and width of racked warehouses or storage areas can be massive. Meaning many businesses have legal requirements to complete temperature mapping. Does temperature mapping only benefit the pharmaceutical sector? MHRA licencee businesses have a duty to map as part of licence approval, but mapping is more than a…

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Temperature Mapping in the Summer

By Tektroniks Sales / 29/05/2019

The weather has a huge impact on indoor temperature, even in a temperature-controlled area. For that reason even the slightest change in outside temperature, a natural variant, can put product quality at risk. Temperature mapping of a controlled area gives a view of variances over time. As a result corrective actions can be taken which…

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