Our temperature recorder will help you track your temperatures more easily by providing strip verifications with clear time and temperature graphs.
Being able to record temperatures accurately can make a big difference in the way you maintain your perishable goods and keep track of your inventory. It can also help you maintain your temperature-regulated storage areas and ensure your vehicles are properly heated and cooled.
Rely on our products to keep yours safe during transit!
At Global Sensors, we are proud to offer inexpensive, reliable temperature recorders that generate permanent records of temperature conditions. With various models available to choose from and the ability to place your temperature recorder in the ideal location for the most accurate results, it’s easy to manage and monitor temperatures for a variety of applications.
Not only will a temperature recorder from Global Sensors help you track your temperatures more easily, but our strip verifications also provide clear time and temperature graphs for the most reliable results. Small enough for use in shipment packaging and built for durability in all types of locations and temperature settings, our temperature recorder won’t disappoint in terms of accuracy, ease of use, or strength.
Simple-to-use strip chart recorders are the standard in the perishables shipping industry, and the Global Sensors unit is the standard for service, performance and cost-effectiveness. The chart is clear and easy to read and represents documentary evidence of the temperature maintenance in transit. Proper running can also be verified through a clear-view window.
If you would like more information about the Global Sensors temperature recorder, or if you are interested in placing an order, contact us today to get started. We pride ourselves on our experience and service, and we are passionate about finding the right products for you.
At Global Sensors, our temperature recorders are available in Charlotte, Belmont, and Gastonia, North Carolina; New York, New York; Los Angeles, California; Dearborn, Michigan; Toronto, Ontario; Paris, France; and Cairo, Egypt.