You’ll be able to ship with confidence with our dry ice temperature monitoring equipment.
Many products that are transported great distances must be kept within a specific temperature range. Dry ice is a common way to maintain cold temperatures to keep food, medications, vaccines, blood, and other products at optimal potency and viability. The key is using the right amount of dry ice and keeping up with dry ice temperature monitoring for every moment of the journey. Whether you are shipping across the country or to other countries, such as Angola, you need confidence that your cargo has never gone out of the desired temperature range.
At Global Sensors, our dry ice temperature monitoring equipment constantly logs temperatures so you can access them at any time and check the log at the end to be sure nothing happened along the way. In addition, with alarm capability, you’ll be immediately notified if a problem exists so that the transporter can react immediately to hopefully save the precious cargo. You can rest assured that any dry ice temperature monitoring equipment we offer and suggest that fits your pharmaceutical company’s needs meet the latest CDC guidelines and recommendations.
We know that if your dry ice temperature monitoring equipment fails, you need a replacement as quickly as possible. We keep many in stock and are prepared to ship one to you anywhere in the world you might need it. You can also count on us to provide maintenance and repair services when you need them. Contact us today for more information or to get assistance in placing an order.
At Global Sensors, our dry ice temperature monitoring products are available throughout the United States, including Charlotte, Belmont, and Gastonia, North Carolina; New York, New York; Los Angeles, California; and Dearborn, Michigan. We also serve Canada, including Toronto, Ontario; France, including Paris; Egypt, including Cairo; as well as the United Kingdom, Nepal, Ghana, Mozambique, Malaysia, Peru, Uzbekistan, Saudi Arabia, Morocco, Poland, Afghanistan, Algeria, Argentina, Uganda, Spain, Colombia, South Korea, Kenya, Myanmar, South Africa, Tanzania, Italy, Thailand, Germany, Turkey, Vietnam, Philippines, Ethiopia, Japan, Mexico, Bangladesh, Nigeria, Brazil, Pakistan, Indonesia, India, and China.