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Non-invasive average product temperature monitoring solution

28 May 2018

The Celsius range of non-invasive thermometry systems, from Cerulean, is designed to measure the average temperature of frozen and chilled food-stuffs, without the waste expected when using traditional analogue or probe methods. 

The equipment uses the Faraday cage principle to measure the average temperature of foodstuffs in the range -30°C to +30°C and displays and logs the readings to provide the insight required to prevent the potential reproduction of harmful micro-organisms or the formation of toxins. The process is user-friendly - simply load the sample, close the door and the automatic reading function delivers results on a visual display panel within seconds. A temperature log can be recalled for full traceability of measurements.

There is no need to remove packaging and no probes are needed. Sacrificial products may only make up a small percentage of a single production run but over a continuous process annually, the numbers can become large.

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