5 advantages of using a temperature monitoring system
There are a number of ways to keep track of indoor climatic conditions. The most frequently used of these is the use of a small, basic data logger. For certain applications a data logger is sufficient, for instance building monitoring where there is no danger of damage to stock and you simply need the records for reference purposes.
If you have climate sensitive stock however, particularly if you’re not going to be on site 100% time, an alarm fitted system which monitors conditions continuously will benefit you massively.
There are a number of advantages to using a temperature monitoring system, below we have put together 5 key factors why they have been proved such an effective method for keeping conditions stable.
1) Save money
Employing a temperature monitoring system will save you money in the long run, on wasted stock, product recalls etc. If there is a potential problem, you will be notified immediately, before it is too late.
2) Efficient and convenient
All reports are put together for you automatically so you don’t have to lift a finger. These will be collated and sent to you each morning via email.
3) Accessible from anywhere
Reports can be sent directly to you via email, SMS or App so you don’t need to waste time checking each individual logger (or even going to the site for that matter).
4) User friendly
Some monitoring systems require time-consuming installation and maintenance but with a wireless system such as testo’s Saveris 2 it is very simple to get set up and started.
5) More affordable than you think
With testo Saveris 2 systems available from just £89 (ex vat.) it doesn’t cost as much as you’d think to ensure your peace of mind.
All in all temperature monitoring systems offer a low cost but reliable solution for those who need to monitor indoor conditions continuously. We hope the 5 advantages listed above go some way in helping you to find the solution that best suits your requirements.
This video explains the advantages of using a temperature monitoring system such as Saveris 2
Like some more info?
If you’d like some more information on testo temperature monitoring solutions or you’ve got a potential requirement you’d like to discuss, please feel free to reach out to us. You can either send us a message, leave a comment, visit our website www.testolimited.com or give us a call on 01420 544433 and we’ll be more than happy to help.
Posted on October 12, 2016, in Data Loggers, Deals, Environmental, Facilities Maintenance, Facilities management, FM, Food, Food Hygiene, food safety, HACCP, Health and Safety, Humidity, Latest News, News, Online, Safety, temperature and tagged climate monitoring, data logger, data loggers, indoor climate monitoring, Saveris, Saveris 2, temperature monitoring, temperature monitoring system, Testo, testo limited. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.