IoT Temperature Sensors

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Food Services

Real-Time Sensors Make Sense

 

Are you ready for your next regulatory inspection?

 

Restaurants, bars, food production and hospitality companies worldwide are responsible for executing an ever-expanding list of refrigeration monitoring requirements from a myriad of governing agencies. Yet many struggle to maintain compliance, resulting in costly consequences. Here are a couple of recent examples to consider:

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While these examples may seem exceptional, the fact remains that no food servcice business is immune from the risks of refrigeration failures. Just one incident can cost thousands of dollars in wasted inventory, regulatory fines, lawsuit judgments, equipment repair and replacement, and reputational damage control.

Manual Monitoring Isn’t Worth the Risk or Expense

 

Proper refrigeration is vital for preserving the quality and safety of dairy, produce, meats, eggs, and other perishable food items. Many facilities manually monitor refrigeration systems, but it’s impossible to manually monitor equipment 24 hours a day. Even periodic monitoring is diff icult to sustain. It’s expensive, labor intensive, the readings may not be accurate, and monitoring efforts are oft en duplicated in order to meet overlapping regulatory requirements. Operational efficiency suffers as a result, increasing the risk for non-compliance.

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Retail
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Grocery and convenience stores everywhere are responsible for executing an ever-expanding list of refrigeration monitoring requirements to ensure HACCP compliance and reduce the risk of costly inventory loss. Yet many struggle to maintain with accurate temperature reporting resulting in costly product loss.

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K-12 schools and higher education campuses worldwide are responsible for executing an ever-expanding list of refrigeration monitoring requirements from a myriad of governing agencies. Yet many struggle to maintain compliance, resulting in costly consequences.

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Facility Management

Commercial facilities spend thousands of dollars every year hiring and training experienced maintenance employees to quickly detect and repair a variety of issues resulting from unexpected equipment failures. Yet most of these issues aren’t detected right away, resulting in costly consequences.

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