Temperature recorders provide instant results

By Charlotte Eyre

- Last updated on GMT

Related tags: Hazard analysis and critical control points, Food, Accuracy and precision

Deltatrak today announced a new line of temperature recorders that
offer accurate readings throughout the supply chain, the company
claims.

The reusable Digital Display Environmental Temperature Recorders incorporate a wide range of features, the company said, and provide food manufacturers with a simple but effective way of meeting safety standards. Processors are increasingly on the lookout for improved temperature measuring equipment as more and more governments impose hygiene analysis and critical control point (HACCP) procedures worldwide. HACCP is a systematic preventative approach to food safety aiming to spot physical, chemical and biological hazards at the during the manufacturing process, rather than at final product inspection. Deltatrak claims that its new temperature recorders give even more precise measurements. Different models with fahrenheit (ºF) or centigrade (ºC) scales can make recordings during time intervals of 3, 10, 31 and 62 days. Two temperature ranges are available; low (-20 ºF to 100 ºF or -28 ºC to 38 ºC) and high (30ºF to 150 ºF or 0 ºC to 65 ºC). The recorders can be wall mounted or hung from a loop, and feature an attached stylus that records temperature on a chemically coated strip chart. This stylus charts accurate temperature recordings that are not impacted by vehicle vibrations or other environmental conditions such as heat or humidity, the company claims. Operational since 1989, Deltatrak manufactures portable test instruments and software that monitor and record temperature, humidity and pH parameters. It has offices in California and Shenzhen, China, and sells products in over 40 countries, the company claims.

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