TempMate Temperature Logger

Things your TempMate recorders will tell you that your freight forwarder won’t

All trans­porta­tion com­pa­nies that ship air con­di­tioned goods have a ther­mo­stat to be able to set the air con­di­tioned tem­per­a­ture. But a ther­mo­stat can­not tell you if it has been turned off or not. A ther­mo­stat can­not tell you if some­one adjust­ed the dial acci­den­tal­ly (or inten­tion­al­ly). There is only one wayt you can be sure that your goods were kept at the tem­per­a­ture reauired — and that is by mea­sur­ing and record­ing it with a Temp­Mate tem­per­a­ture data log­ger.

Many goods, such as food, phar­ma­ceu­ti­cal (raw) mate­ri­als, blood, organs for med­ical treat­ment, chem­i­cals such as epoxy resins, but for instance also flow­ers and fish, need to kept with­in a cer­tain tem­per­a­ture range at all times. Some goods need to be kept below ‑40°C, oth­ers below ‑20°C and still oth­ers sim­ply refrig­er­at­ed between 5°C and 8°C.

Caplinq has for many years pro­duced and dis­trib­uted goods such as epox­ies and spe­cial­ty chem­i­cals that required such spe­cial­ized deliv­ery con­di­tions. Cus­tomers fre­quent­ly asked about the trans­porta­tion con­di­tions, and as a result Caplinq imple­ment­ed Temp­Mate tem­per­a­ture data log­gers to be able to explain to cus­tomers what hap­pened at all stages dur­ing the cold sup­ply chain.

Temp­Mate is a reli­able, low-cost, ful­ly dig­i­tal record­ing device that just is turned on with the press of a but­ton by the sender and taped with the ship­ping doc­u­ments fold­er at the pack­age and turned off by the receiv­er once he receives it, and plug it into his USB port. The Temp­Mate tem­per­a­ture log­ger than pro­duces a PDF with the tem­per­a­ture record­ings every 3 min­utes for up to 90 days of trans­porta­tion. Temp­Mate gives you the guar­an­tee and evi­dence of what hap­pened dur­ing trans­port.

Please click for more details on Temp­Mate 90-Day Sin­gle-Use USB Tem­per­a­ture Data Log­gers or vis­it our web­site to learn more about data log­gers, indi­ca­tors & pack­ag­ing. Should you have ques­tions, or require more infor­ma­tion, please feel free to con­tact us.

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