Keep your vaccines potent from manufacturing to administration with our low temperature monitoring solutions.
When it comes to vaccine storage and transport, there are many factors to consider, but one of the most important considerations is ensuring the potency of the vaccines throughout the cold chain. Low temperature monitoring of vaccines should start at the manufacturing facility. Then it must continue as vaccines are transported to distribution points and then again while they are transported to each provider facility. Once the vaccines arrive at provider facilities, low temperature monitoring must continue until the administration of the vaccines to patients is completed. Fortunately, here at Global Sensors, we can help you select the equipment and sensors you need to ensure the continuous protection of your vaccines.
We can handle all your low temperature monitoring needs, including:
- Selecting the right equipment: We can discuss options from simple units that meet all the CDC guidelines and recommendations to more advanced units that can be accessed remotely at any time via Wi-Fi connections.
- Setting up your monitoring system: We can help you evaluate your needs and provide set-up services, making sure that all the components are performing optimally and training your staff.
- Performing necessary calibration: Many low temperature monitoring units need initial and periodic calibration for the most accurate results and data.
- Providing routine maintenance and repairs: Maintenance ensures that you get the best performance from your monitoring system and quick repairs protect your vaccines’ potency.
Whether you are located near Charlotte, North Carolina or anywhere else in the world, we are standing by to help make sure you have the low temperature monitoring capabilities you need. Give us a call today.
At Global Sensors, our low 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.