Using our dry ice temperature monitoring options can make gathering the information you need stress-free.
If you are transporting vaccines, there is a good chance you are using dry ice to maintain the extremely cold temperatures that most need to retain their potency before administration. Outside of specialized refrigeration and freezer units, dry ice plays a key role in maintaining these temperatures. But how can you know that you are using the proper amount of dry ice to keep your precious cargo safe and effective? Call us here at Global Solutions and ask about our dry ice temperature monitoring systems. Beyond just vaccines, these dry ice data loggers can be used to monitor other pharmaceutical products including blood products, plasma, biological products, medical samples, organs and other specimens and tissues that must be transported.
We have been providing temperature monitoring solutions since 2004, and you can be sure that any dry ice temperature monitoring solutions we suggest will comply with the latest CDC guidelines and recommendations that are relevant to vaccine or other pharmaceutical product transport. We have multiple solutions for dry ice temperature monitoring, so we can discuss your needs and budget and help you achieve the best possible solution. We have basic units that provide PDF reports via a USB connection or Wi-Fi enabled units that can be continuously monitored from anywhere with an internet-enabled device.
Our dry ice temperature monitoring units are generally in stock at our location near Charlotte, North Carolina and can be quickly shipped anywhere in the world. We are available to help set up your units as well, and even offer calibration, maintenance and repair services as needed. We can also train your personnel about monitoring and maintaining your equipment. Give us a call today.
At Global Sensors, our dry ice temperature monitoring products 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.