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Data Loggers for Cold Chain Monitoring

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Cold Chain Monitoring

Cold Chain refers to the storage, shipping, and distribution of products that need to be kept in a temperature controlled environment. An unbroken cold chain helps ensure the freshness and quality of the goods. Cold chain monitoring is a common practice in the pharmaceutical and food industries, where the products are particularly sensitive to temperature fluctuations. MadgeTech’s cold chain data loggers can assist in validating that products are stored and transported within regulated temperatures.

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Worldwide, there are more than 300 million biological specimens stored at temperatures below -80 °C, but most of them are unusable. According to the U.S. National Institutes of Health, up to 70% of those samples are worthless because the lack of traceability. Without proper environmental storage records, there's no way to validate the samples have been adequately preserved.

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The pharmaceutical industry is one of the top five industries in the world, valued at more than $86 billion dollars back in 2015. In an industry comprised of various sectors, strict regulations have been put in place by the World Health Organization (WHO) to ensure safety and quality on a global scale. The list is long, but one of the most important factors that could turn lifesaving materials into hazardous materials is climate control.

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From the discovery of DNA and penicillin to x-rays and microwaves, laboratories are the starting point for some of the greatest scientific breakthroughs. As technology advances, behind every great scientist you will find an exceptional set of tools. To ensure experiments are not jeopardized, data loggers are utilized throughout the laboratory environment to maintain the proper environmental conditions, as well as a validation tool for autoclaves, incubators and testing.

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