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Mar 10, 2020, 3:24 PM
Each month, the average American household spends over $600 on food, most of which is fresh and frozen foods from supermarkets, and the rest is purchased out of the home. For this reason, monitoring freezer and refrigerator temperatures in retail food chains is extremely important. Temperature inconsistencies in any of the freezer and refrigerator equipment that stores food in these stores can case foodborne illness, but at the same time it is hard to monitor these units manually with so much else going on within the store. That's where temperature monitoring comes in.
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Mar 2, 2020, 10:06 PM
On January 30th, the World Health Organization declared COVID-19, or the Novel Coronavirus, a Public Health Emergency of Internationally. Stopping the spread of any virus is extremely important, and no virus has been more in the news than Coronavirus. At the time this post was written, there have been 90,306 reported cases and 3,087 deaths from the virus.
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Feb 24, 2020, 8:52 PM
Temperature monitoring systems are invaluable assets in hospitals and medical facilities. They are essential in maintaining the daily operations. Variations in temperature readings, even the smallest, can make the difference between life-saving medications and pharmaceuticals.
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Feb 14, 2020, 7:33 PM
If you don't have a temperature monitoring system, now may be the time to get one. If you're in the Food Service, Healthcare, Life Science, or Retail industry a temperature monitoring system can be absolutely essential for your operation. Many companies rely on a temperature monitoring system to uphold quality assurance, maintain operational efficiency, or meet regulatory compliance. Here are 3 signs that you need a monitoring system:
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Feb 10, 2020, 9:19 PM
Food must be maintained at a safe temperature to protect your customers from foodborne illness as well as maintain a good health rating. It’s the responsibility of your establishment, if you prepare and serve food, to both prepare and maintain food within a safe temperature range. We will talk about how long your food can be outside of this range, and the proper holding temperatures for hot and cold food.
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Feb 4, 2020, 2:48 AM
All temperature monitoring systems today are designed to meet the FDA 21 CFR Part 11 regulations, but there is still a lot to consider when choosing the right temperature monitoring system for your lab. We’ve listed the top features and qualities that you should consider when choosing a temperature monitoring system, and how E-Control Systems’ temperature monitoring system has your lab covered on each.
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Jan 28, 2020, 1:41 AM
Whether storing medical or biological components, trial samples or chemical compounds, it is vital that they are protected from straying outside of their strictly defined temperature ranges. Doing so would most likely render them useless and potentially impact your research. Consequently, having high quality temperature monitoring data is essential for regulatory compliance, whatever is being stored in the laboratory. Keeping materials at consistent and stable temperatures is crucial to the operation and success, which is why temperature monitoring systems are so important to every type of laboratory.
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Aug 17, 2017, 1:49 PM
The proper cold storage of vaccines is crucial to maintain the effectiveness of those vaccines. Vaccine quality is the responsibility of everyone who handles vaccines from the time it’s manufactured, through transit, to the time it’s administered to the patient. The CDC has strict cold chain requirements in order to ensure that vaccines are maintained and distributed in a temperature-controlled environment, ensuring optimal conditions.
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Dec 5, 2016, 1:44 PM
With the holidays coming up and schools being closed, here are a few tips to help you enjoy your holiday break without worrying about product loss.
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Jun 3, 2016, 1:42 PM
General Mills recalled 10 million pounds of flour due to an E. Coli outbreak that the CDC confirmed was linked to General Mills flour. So far there have been 38 people in 20 states that have been confirmed infected as part of this E. Coli outbreak. If you have any of the recalled flour, make sure to discard it.

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