For best shipping health, take your temperature regularly.
The optimal storage temperature varies immensely from one type of food to another, and yet the consequences of getting it wrong are the same, as rotten food can be a potential health and safety hazard and lead to lost revenues for those in the supply chain.
The fact is the cold chain is fragile, with each product having its own specific optimal temperature range. Cypress Control equipment can warn you of any variance in the logistics chain, giving you an opportunity to prevent and avoid the problem before it damages your valuable cargo during storage and shipping. Better still, you can adjust the parameters of the Cypress Control temperature monitors to the products you are transporting: e.g. wine (between 12° and 18°C) one day, and mussels (between 4° and 8°C) the next. The whole system is EN12830 compliant.
As a strong regulatory framework exists for pharmaceutical shipments, it’s imperative you have a full-proof temperature monitoring system for the entire logistics chain, one that both you and the authorities can believe in.
With its ability to accurately monitor both the absolute temperature and variance throughout the entire logistics chain ‘without fear or favor’, Cypress Control guarantees you and the authorities a tamper-free way of seeing what’s going on as it relates to temperature, during storage and shipping.
Many products deteriorate rapidly at room temperature, and this process can accelerate as temperatures continue to rise. For example, certain food items, such as fruit, meat and fish, cannot be shipped long distances without refrigeration.
Flowers and plants also travel long distances and yet are sometimes shipped at temperatures that are too high, resulting in increased shrinkage, disappointed customers, and decreased profits for everyone involved. Some chemicals too, including specialist paints or coating materials, require specific temperatures during transportation.
If you want to be sure you get value for money and receive what you’ve paid for, then Cypress Control can offer you certainty that your goods have been shipped within the tolerances you agreed to before shipment.
High-tech ICT equipment in server rooms works best when it’s maintained at a constant, relatively low temperature. The potential cost – both to your equipment and the consequences - if ever the temperature rises too much, can be devastating: your system will more than likely overheat and shut down, bringing your network crashing down, and potentially your valuable equipment will be unusable.
By keeping an eye on the precise temperature at all times, Cypress Control temperature sensors can forewarn you if ever there is a problem letting you intervene in good time.
Easy to install and place in any shipment or container, Cypress Control sensors work with a standard voltage power bank and USB connection, meaning they can be simply and effortlessly installed in mobile units. They are also one of the first sensors to be equipped with an ‘arrival’ sensor.
Cypress Control offers you the ability to monitor and verify both the absolute temperature and variance throughout the entire logistics chain, letting you see for yourself what’s going on during storage and shipping.
Cypress Control has developed a technically sophisticated temperature logger that is compact, inexpensive and flexible. Significantly it’s also user friendly and adaptable; customers can choose and change parameters according to the shipment or job in hand, even from a distance.
“An accurate and tamper-free temperature log with Cypress Control temperature logging equipment will help you meet regulatory requirements for ‘electronic record keeping’.”