Temperature Monitoring Articles

  • How to choose a temperature humidity test chamber?

    The temperature humidity test chamber indicates the effect of temperature changes on materials and products. The temperature humidity test chamber aids effectively in ensuring positive outcomes in products with strict limits to failures. The humidity test chambers are developed in different sizes with a series of innovative features from brands like DGBell’s  ...

  • How Does an Electric Valve Actuator Work?

    Electric valve actuators control the opening and closing of valves. They can provide either linear or rotary motion and work with different types of valves, including ball and butterfly valves. Electric valve actuators respond to prompts through remote control or centralized process control systems, which make them invaluable for managing systems that are hard to reach or spread across a large ...


    By Red-White Valve Corp

  • Study about the treatability of an industrial stream by means advanced BM Respirometry - Case Study

    When it is needed to know whether a particular type of industrial stream can be treated biologically, either because it is expected to be incorporated into the global influent of the treatment process or because has to be individually eliminated in a new biological treatment, it is necessary to know its biodegradable character, degree of toxicity or possible inhibition that could cause in the ...


    By SURCIS, S.L.

  • FSIS Compliance in Food Processing

    Companies producing ready-to-eat meats such as hot dogs, chicken tenders, jerky, or other pre-cooked meat products are required to meet the lethality performance standards set by the FSIS, Food Safety & Inspection Service. Lethality is a process that ensures a reduction of foodborne pathogens like salmonella. Lethality is done by log lethality, which refers to the relative number of microbes ...


    By MadgeTech, Inc.

  • Thin Film Applications of the UHV-TPD Workstation

    A successful method for investigating the microstructure of thin films by thermal effusion measurements is Temperature Programmed Desorption (TPD), also known as Thermal Desorption Spectrometry (TDS) or Thermal Desorption Analysis (TDA). Analysis by TPD involves positioning the sample in an Ultra High Vacuum (UHV) chamber and heating the sample at different linear temperature ramp rates while ...


    By Hiden Analytical Ltd.

  • Rod Making Machine Making Sawdust Briquettes

    The new rod making machine is also called wood chip making machine, rice husk rod making machine, sawing rod making machine, sawdust briquette machine, and charcoal briquette machine. This machine is a device for ...

  • Sensors and Sensibility: This Breakthrough Could Lead to Better Ways for Spotting Dangerous Gases

    Radislav Potyrailo, a principal scientist at GE Research in Niskayuna, New York, has a saying he picked up from one of his mentors: “A day in the library is worth a year in the lab.” So, while other scientists might spend their free time hiking or fishing, Potyrailo likes to pore over the footnotes of scientific journal articles looking for details about how others have tried and ...


    By GE Renewable Energy

  • MadgeTech Beats Competition for Autoclave Validation - Case Study

    Background Headquartered in Bogota, Colombia, StarClave manufactures autoclaves for the dental, aesthetic, and veterinary industry. StarClave opened its doors in 2009 with one mission in mind: to work under the strictest quality standards in order to meet the biological safety needs of their clients. Challenge StarClave purchased data loggers from two ...


    By MadgeTech, Inc.

  • Exhaust Air Filtration in Systec Autoclaves

    Steam sterilization in autoclaves is used – especially in biological and medical laboratories – to inactivate natural or genetically modified microorganisms. However, during the heat-up phase, in which air is removed from the pressure vessel, biological agents can potentially escape into the work area as aerosols. This means ...


    By Systec GmbH

  • Facing hazards in the fast-paced food industry

    The food & drink industry is the largest manufacturing sector in the UK, contributing more than £28bn to the economy every year. This industry and its employees face increased demand from a constantly growing population. As pressure to escalate production increases, the industry cannot afford to neglect the safety of its workers. Food processing and manufacturing facilities must be kept ...

  • Gas Sensing and the Internet of Things Sensors

    What is the Internet of Things? You may have heard of the Internet of Things (IoT) as it is a growing topic of conversation and interest as technology advances, which is changing the way we live. It is the concept of connecting any object to the Internet and other connected devices. The network of connected devices collect and share data about the way they are used and about the ...

  • Cleaning and Sanitizing Data Centers

    During the COVID-19 pandemic, the importance of sanitization and cleaning in Data Centers has increased. In this article, we’ll examine cleaning methods and the recommended disinfection procedures for a data center. Modern data centers are usually clean areas with their own air filtration units, controlled access, static mats at many entries, ...


    By AKCP

  • Data Center Redundancy and Tier Classification Levels

    Running and maintaining a data center requires at least some degree of redundancy. This allows for reliable operation and increased the uptime during planned or unplanned downtime. ...


    By AKCP

  • Three Predictions for the New Normal

    As restaurants and retailers begin reopening across the country, we have been reflecting on how our “new normal” in a pandemic-wary world will change the ways in which our food service and retail customers act.  For our typical users, who are focused on facilities maintenance, energy consumption, or food safety and product quality, three themes are surfacing: Less tolerance for ...


    By Powerhouse Dynamics

  • Will artificial intelligence replace the conventional weather forecasting system?

    The 76th anniversary of the landing of Normandy was celebrated some days ago, a relevant historical event for the end of the Second World War and when meteorology played a crucial role. The landing took place exactly on June 6, 1944 due to the prior weather forecasts successfully conducte ...


    By Meteosim S.L.

  • MadgeTech Data Loggers a Practical Solution for Latvian Sterilization Company - Case Study

    Background Establish in 1993, Osmunds, originated as an engineering company in Riga, Latvia. Osmunds has since evolved and now provides contract sterilization services for medical devices in accordance with ISO 13485/11135. Challenge Osmunds needed reliable data loggers to validate sterilization cycles, ensuring regulatory compliance. They just had two ...


    By MadgeTech, Inc.

  • Getting Ready to Re-open; What can be Done to Minimize Risks?

    Restaurants are being allowed to re-open in many parts of the country, typically with some level of restriction that may vary widely from state to state.  In my home state of Massachusetts, one of the hardest hit by COVID-19, restaurants have been able to re-open as of last week – for outdoor dining only. Texas is starting phase 3 of its re-opening, with restaurants now allowed to ...


    By Powerhouse Dynamics

  • How Can Data Loggers Help Save Your Company Money?

    Data loggers are electronic devices designed to record one or more variables of physical characteristics found in a specific environment. Usually, data loggers are compact, battery-powered, portable devices that can save companies a significant amount of money by monitoring these certain variables. Whether it’s a small business or a large, data loggers can suit the needs of any company in ...


    By MadgeTech, Inc.

  • Brain Imaging in Zebrafish

    An adult human brain contains approximately 86 billion neurons, along with about 85 billion non-neuronal cells. All those cells work together to manage motor control, sensory perception, heart rate, breathing, and more. While the human brain is extremely complex, with the ability to process language, it is not totally unique. Most vertebrate brains are quite ...

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