Let Our Experts Ensure Quality and Safety to Keep You in Compliance
A fundamental standard outlined by Current Good Manufacturing Practices, or CGMP, facilities are required to maintain controlled environmental conditions. That’s where our expert technicians step in, creating and executing an on-site validation plan based on your needs and industry requirements.
Known worldwide as a leader in data logging solutions, MadgeTech guarantees accuracy with every reading, ensuring consistent quality and safety while satisfying regulatory compliance. We understand that every company is unique which is why we create a detailed protocol that stands up to audits and inspections.
Fluctuating temperature and humidity levels can cause unstable conditions for perishable goods. Identify hot and cold zones and maintain proper conditions to comply with cGMP guidelines while avoiding product and monetary loss.
Qualify freezers, refrigerators, and cold storage units to cGMP standards. The proper operation and temperature distribution of each unit ensures the stability and intended quality of stored materials.
Ensure the equal distribution of temperature and pressure levels that directly effect the intended purpose. Confirm proper heating and cooling cycles to save product, time and energy.
Temperature records are key to cold chain management, providing insurance that a product is being shipped and stored at ideal conditions at all times. Easily identify potential risks throughout and process and take corrective actions before deviations occur.
What our temperature mapping services can do for you.
- Protect Product, Consumers, and Assets
- Validate Continuous Regulatory Compliance
- Performance Insight of the Controlled Environment
- Identify Areas of Concern for Improvements
As an ISO 9001:2015 accredited company, our Mapping and Validation Services are built on the foundations established by the following organizations:
- World Health Organization (WHO Technical Report Series, No. 961, 2011)
- International Standards Organization (ISO/IEC 17029)
- Food and Drug Administration (21 CFR Part 211 – CGMP)
- Department of Defense (MIL-STD-3022)