When there is no room for error, our ultra-low temperature monitoring systems can provide the data logging you need to protect the vaccine cold chain.
Certain vaccines need to be stored at ultra-low temperatures and their potency is dependent on maintaining these extremely cold conditions. The only way to ensure that proper temperatures are maintained is using ultra-low temperature monitoring equipment. Fortunately, here at Global Sensors, we have the experience and knowledge needed to make the best recommendations when it comes to ultra-low temperature monitoring. We are based near Charlotte, North Carolina but we can quickly ship anywhere in the world and our experienced staff are standing by to discuss your needs and help you achieve your temperature monitoring goals.
Our ultra-low temperature monitoring solutions meet or exceed the current CDC guidelines and recommendations for storage and handling of vaccines and are available for many types of facilities:
- Manufacturing facilities: Keep large amounts of manufactured vaccine at the appropriate temperature right away, safeguarding its potency and effectiveness.
- Distribution facilities: Different vaccines require different temperature storage levels, so it is important to know what types of vaccines you will be storing and distributing so you can handle them appropriately.
- Provider facilities: Pharmacies, doctor’s offices and hospitals all may require cold storage to protect vaccines, but any other type of facility that will administer vaccines may also need this capability and monitoring.
- Transport services: If vaccines are transported via trucks, train cars or airplanes, they still must maintain a constant and safe temperature. Monitoring becomes even more important during transport because of the likelihood of temperature fluctuations.
Call us today to discuss your need for ultra-low temperature monitoring and we can help you find a solution that meets your needs and budget.
At Global Sensors, our ultra- 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.