Thermistors and Calibration

Temperature monitoring hasn’t changed much in the last decades in terms of temperature sensors, a thermal sensoring device is used to evaluate and display the current thermal conditions of an item, room, or sample. However, there are two major choices for type of sensors: thermocouples and thermistors; the latter being the most recent player joining … Continued

Managing supplies of vaccines is a huge problem

New research asks how often vaccines are exposed to temperatures below the lower limit. KEEP a tomato cool in a refrigerator and it will stay fresh far longer than it would at room temperature. Accidentally freeze it, though, and you will reduce it to a disgusting mush. A similar problem plagues the storage of vaccines. … Continued

Measure to Manage – The Cold Chain Quality Guide

In the cold supply chain the big risk is thermal abuse. In order to properly ensure quality control of perishable products throughout the cold chain process, we need to combine good science with sound operational procedures, and then continuously measure temperature each and every step within the chain. If we do not measure – we … Continued