Most labs and medical facilities rely on a refrigerators and freezers to keep samples or vaccines safely stored. If these are running, but temperature isn’t being tracked, there is a risk of losing valuable samples or vaccines. It’s important to monitor your laboratory or medical facility’s refrigerator and freezer temperatures. So, what can you do to make sure you don’t fall into this pitfall?
Invest in the Following for Your Lab or Medical Facility:
- Stand-alone laboratory refrigerators and freezers with enough space to accommodate your maximum inventory without crowding
- A remote temperature monitoring system for every laboratory refrigerator or lab freezer you own, plus a backup in the event one malfunctions.
A remote temperature monitoring system will help you stay connected to your critical environments 24 hours a day from anywhere you are. Remote temperature monitoring connects you to your data via smartphone, tablet, or personal computer. You can view realtime data from anywhere, and you can receive notifications if any issues arise.