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Temperature Logging: Out With The Old, In With The New

Dec 11, 2012

Does this type of paper temperature log look familiar to you? If so, you are using the old logging system. Done manually, one would need to check the thermometer at least twice daily (a.m. and p.m.) and log the temperature by hand. This type of log is supposed to provide live data insight for a possible problem. One can refer to the continuous marks of data and make an assertion or observation about the system's temperature. However, there is one major problem with the old paper logs...

Paper logs can be lost easily! These logs are necessary to meet FDA and USDA safety regulations for food and beverage handling. Paper logs are often lost or are no longer in a presentable condition for health and safety checks. Another issue is that one would need to physically go to the location and check these cooling units every day. Also, the individual must ensure to accurately record all of the neccesary data. Omissions and/or inaccuracies are unacceptable!

Paper logs have become as outdated as the means of measurement. It's time to get rid of the old and start anew with proper food storage, monitoring, and logging.

This is where Temperature@lert WIFI or CELL editions come in handy!  Capable of both monitoring and logging, either device can eliminate the worry of losing your old paper log and no longer will you have to manually check and log temperatures.And oh by the way, we have sensors that are FDA approved that can meet all of your monitoring needs. From logging temperatrues to alerts for breached temperature levels, Temperature@lert has you covered.

Reach out to us today to find your logging and monitoring solution...

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