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Why Your Storage Facility Needs a Temperature and Humidity Monitor

The use of a temperature and humidity monitorDo you manage or own a storage facility business? Do you have a storage room in your home? The use of a temperature and humidity monitor can be critical in preserving the items you’re storing. There are many belongings that people may have that necessitate temperature and humidity control and our monitors can help you achieve that. Here are a few commonly stored items that are best kept in a climate-controlled facility:

  • Electronics – If you have computers, speakers, or cameras that need to be stored for a period of time they need to be kept somewhere that is between 50-80 ˚F and with 30-60% humidity to prevent corrosion or mold growth.
  • Instruments and antique furniture – Not only valuable, but often irreplaceable items such as antique furniture and personal instruments should be stored very carefully. They are best preserved in a room that is 55-85 ˚F and 30-50% humidity.
  • Food storage – Many people find it important to keep a supply of canned and dry goods. If stored in an area that is too hot or moist, the food can spoil and be unsafe. A cold storage room for your canned goods should be between 50-70 ˚F and as close to 15 % or lower humidity as possible.

Whether for your clients or for yourself, the use of a temperature and humidity monitor can bring peace of mind and provide critical information for keeping belongings safe. Here at Global Sensors, we can provide you with the temperature and humidity monitors you need for your storage facility. Contact us today to learn more.