Our dataloggers are calibrated annually, calibration certificates are proved as part of the qualification documentation. Upon request we can also perform a calibration verification pre and post testing. For more information please contact us.
If you would like to know more about our onsite services or our remote temperature mapping service please call us on 01748 327 247.
Fridges, Freezers and Incubators should be monitored to ensure them temperature conditions are maintained within the unit. To do this monitoring probes are placed within the unit and alarms activated when the unit goes out of tolerance.
The challenge arises when you need to identify the worst-case location to place your monitoring probe. If there is a single monitoring probe you may choose to place it in one of three locations:
1. The Coldest location identified during temperature mapping.
2. The hottest location identified during temperature mapping.
3. The average location identified during temperature mapping.
If you choose the average temperature of the unit, you would expect the hottest/coldest location to go out of specification before the average location. It would however be the optimum position for both high and low temperature excursions using a single monitoring probe.
You may choose to place the monitoring sensor at the coldest temperature identified during temperature mapping, for a 30-35°C incubator. As the ambient temperature outside the unit is lower than inside the unit this would alarm when the door was left open or during a power failure. If there were a fan failure however and the temperature increased, this may not be identified.
We recommend that two monitoring probes are used and placed at the hottest and coldest location identified during the temperature mapping. If this is not possible we recommend performing a risk assessment to assess the potential failure and the impact on the product or materials stored within the unit. If you would like assistance with the location of your monitoring probes or performing a risk assessment, we are happy to help
We now offer DIY temperature and humidity mapping using the Vaisala Veriteq DL-2000 (VL-2000-20R) datalogger system. These loggers are UKAS calbrated have good accuracy for both temperature and humidity. They are ideally suited for stability cabinets, humidity incubators and humidity controlled warehouses. If you would like more information regarding this system please contact us.
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The Ebro software also allows us to create clear and east to understand reports and graphs. We overlay all sensors used in your study in one clear graph report, which include the minimum and maximum temperature across each sensor and all sensors in the test. This simplfies the data review and audit process.
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We are pleased to launch our new how to temperature map videos. There are four videos detailing how our DIY Temperature Mapping service works and how to perform each test.
You can either view on our website at our Temperature Mapping page or via our youtube channel Temperature Mapping.
If you have any questions regarding our service please feel free to call us on 01748 327 246 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org