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MadgeTech is proudly known across the globe as the industry expert and leading manufacturer of data loggers available today. MadgeTech performs all data logger engineering, manufacturing and servicing here in the USA and products are distributed worldwide. Contact MadgeTech today for data logger solutions to measure and record temperature, humidity, pressure, shock, and more than ten other environmental parameters. MadgeTech serves many industries including food, pharmaceuticals, energy and more.

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Thermal processing is considered one of the most widely used food sterilization methods in the food industry. According to sciencing.com, it is defined as “a food sterilization technique in which the food is heated at a temperature high enough to destroy microbes and enzymes.” The specific amount of time required depends upon the certain type of food and the growth habits of the enzymes or microorganisms. The term “thermal” refers to the heating process, which is a practical way of protecting food products within the production cycle.

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Temperature probes are a commonly used device in the data logging industry. Some temperature probes can measure temperature by being inserted or immersed into a liquid in order to accurately measure the temperature, while others can be placed directly onto a surface. Temperature probes are designed to essentially prevent incorrect or unclear readings by protecting the thermometer from sudden changes in temperature that can occur when opening a freezer door or refrigerator for example. When opening a refrigerator door, the air temperature has the ability to alter more frequently than the temperature of the materials being monitored.

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