Preserve Quality of Vaccines in Transit

Introduction

If you’re involved with the transportation or storage of vaccinations, then you’ll know that is of utmost importance to monitor the temperature at all times. Vaccines must be stored between +2 °C to +8 °C to avoid any fluctuations from occurring that could compromise the potency and result in costly wastage for medical organisations.

IceSpy Hanwell Pro System

The IceSpy Hanwell Pro system provides a peace of mind with round the clock wireless environmental monitoring. The Hanwell Pro is Ideal for use in incubators, fridges, freezers and dry storage facilities, and the system provide you with access to real time temperature monitoring data, without the hassle of manual interception. Additionally, If the temperature rises above your predetermined limits, the system will alarm you, enabling for an effective action to be taken quickly. You can also access data over an extended period of time, providing critical audit trails.

This innovative system now also includes a cold-chain transport monitoring add-on, which enables distribution centres to introduce a unique closed-loop wireless temperature monitoring solution across each stage of refrigerated transportation. A wireless transmitter can easily be attached to a pallet, or a lorry, enabling you to track the temperature at 10-minute intervals for up to 4 days.

Conclusion

The IceSpy Hanwell Pro implements novel steps forward towards reliability, robustness and innovative technology, whilst remaining affordable. So, why not contact us to set up a demonstration today! Contact us on 01462 688070 or email [email protected]

Looking for only temperature indication measurements during transportation? Why not check out our ShockWatch temperature indicators.

This information has been sourced, reviewed and adapted from materials provided byHawell SOlutions Ltd.

For more information on this source, please visit Hanwell Solutions Ltd.

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