If you ship vaccines, medical supplies, or other delicate pharmaceuticals, our dry ice temperature monitoring systems will help you keep them within safe temperature limits.
When transporting goods of any kind, temperature is an important thing to contend with, but it’s especially crucial when it comes to transporting medication or vaccines. Vaccines in particular need to be stored at very cold temperatures, as the delicate proteins and DNA/RNA chains they contain will start to fall apart once they reach even room temperature, rendering the vaccine useless. In fact, many vaccines need to be stored at colder temperatures than a standard freezer can achieve, leaving dry ice storage as the best option. In order to make sure your vaccine shipments arrive in good condition, our team at Global Sensors offers top-notch dry ice temperature monitoring systems.
In addition to transporting vaccines, dry ice is also used to transport other vital medical supplies, including blood plasma, medical samples, and even donor organs. Needless to say, all of these things need to be kept within a very specific, very low temperature range in order to preserve them during transit. With our dry ice temperature monitoring systems, you will be able to track any temperature fluctuations in real time, at every point in the journey, and you will be alerted in the event that the temperature approaches the limits of the safe range–that way, you can adjust the cooling system in order to bring the shipment back within safe limits.
Our team is proud to serve the Gastonia, North Carolina community, and we want to help you make sure that all your shipments arrive in good condition. If you are looking for the right tools to handle dry ice temperature monitoring, we encourage you to give us a call.
At Global Sensors, our dry ice temperature monitoring products are available throughout the United States, including Charlotte, Belmont, and Gastonia, North Carolina; New York, New York; Los Angeles, California; and Dearborn, Michigan. We also serve Canada, including Toronto, Ontario; France, including Paris; Egypt, including Cairo; as well as the United Kingdom, Nepal, Ghana, Mozambique, Malaysia, Angola, Peru, Uzbekistan, Saudi Arabia, Morocco, Poland, Afghanistan, Algeria, Argentina, Uganda, Spain, Colombia, South Korea, Kenya, Myanmar, South Africa, Tanzania, Italy, Thailand, Germany, Turkey, Vietnam, Philippines, Ethiopia, Japan, Mexico, Bangladesh, Nigeria, Brazil, Pakistan, Indonesia, India, and China.