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Temperature Monitoring Made Easy at the Food Safety Summit

5/8/17 10:32 AM

MadgeTech is heading to the Windy City to showcase data logging solutions specifically designed to help food processors comply with food safety regulations. The 2017 Food Safety Summit will take place from May 8 – 11 at the Donald Stephens Convention Center in Rosemont, Illinois.

The 3-day conference brings together thousands of food industry experts, regulators and professionals to provide progressive solutions to those everyday challenges on the job. Educational sessions and hands-on workshops gives attendees the resources and tools needed to implement safety strategies immediately.

To address common temperature monitoring challenges faced by food processors, distributors and retailers MadgeTech's HACCP Certified Managers, Steve Revak and Kelly Wright, will be on hand demonstrating the best solutions.

"MadgeTech is deeply committed to providing a seamless solution to temperature monitoring that not only simplifies process validation, but makes HACCP compliance effortless," says Wright.

For meat processors who need to keep a constant eye on their product, MadgeTech offers the RFOT wireless meat temperature data logger. The RFOT is built to stand up the harshest environments so it can continuously monitor the internal temperature of a product throughout smoking, cooking, cooling and storage processes. It's available in four different probe sizes ranging from 1.75 inches to 7.0 inches in length, making it a suitable solution for a variety of meat products.

As a top-seller in the meat industry, the RFOT is compatible with MadgeTech Cloud Services giving users the ability to access real-time readings from the palm of their hand. Packed with customizable features, users can receive notifications via email or text message when temperature thresholds are breached. All that's needed is an internet enabled device and a wi-fi connection!

The ideal solution for high temperature cooking processes is MadgeTech's HiTemp140 series. These food-grade stainless steel devices can endure temperatures up to 284 °F (140 °C) and are completely submersible to handle both wet and dry processing applications. With rigid probe lengths available up to 7.0 inches, and bendable 24" probe options, the HiTemp140 can be customized to fit the job.

To ensure quality and freshness for brewers, vintners and beverage makers, the MadgeTech MicroTemp provides a complete profile of the refreshment throughout production. Standing at only 2.6 inches tall and only 0.7 inches in diameter, the MicroTemp fits into most beverage bottles to validate pasteurization and fermentation processes.

These products and more will be available at the MadgeTech booth #524. Swing by to learn more about MadgeTech's industry-leading data loggers, customizable solutions and user-friendly software.

For more information about MadgeTech data loggers, please call MadgeTech at (603) 456-2011 or send an email to [email protected].

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