Irreversible time and temperature indicator by color change. This adhesive label alerts you to inappropriate temperature exposure by progressively changing the color of the control points. Each point is calibrated for a specific period of time, thus allowing control of the exposure time at that temperature.WarmMark Time and Temperature (pack 100...
This adhesive indicator has three dots that change color in the event of being above the control temperature for longer than allowed. In this way they alert us if the product to be controlled has not been properly preserved. Being a permanent change, it acts as a temperature recorder.
These control labels are especially useful for the cold chain control of vaccines, medicines and fresh and frozen foods. They are inexpensive and easy to use.
This cold detector comes with an adhesive label which can be stuck to the product or pallet of goods under control. In case of exceeding certain temperature, these cold detectors change their colour permanently and do not turn into their initial stage despite the decrease of the temperature to the necessary range. In this way, it is possible to check anytime if the products have overcome the critical temperature. These indicators include a range of cold products and frozen food with temperatures between -3ºC y +5ºC.These cold sensors are particularly recommended to monitor the compliance of the refrigeration chain during the transportation or storage of the products. Stuck to the product, they let us detect problems in the cooling system of the cold storage in some areas.
These labels for the detection of cold temperatures are manufactured with liquid crystal and change their colour depending on the temperature. They work like a conventional thermometer as they provide for information of the real temperature. These thermometers to measure cold temperatures are reversible. This means that they will display the real temperature, both in case of increase and of decrease. Some indicators like thermometers come with some points displaying the optimal temperature. Some labels change their colour if a certain range of temperature is reached. This is very useful to double-check if the real temperature is correct.