Food and Cold Chain Monitoring
Industry Recognised Cold Chain Monitoring
From our first environmental monitoring system within the food industry in the early 1990’s IMC today have an enviable reputation within food sectors, working closely with organisations such as Tulip Foods, Waitrose and Star Refrigeration.
Cold-chain monitoring systems using Hanwell and IceSpy ranges play an important role, specifically in terms of assisting food analysists that need to comply with key aspects of all food safety regulations and associated general practices. And as practices and regulations change, our industry recognised systems are adapted to remain an essential tool in monitoring environmental conditions of goods in buildings, transit and remote locations.
Typical Industry Measurement Options:
Latest Case Study
Cold Chain Distribution
Malaysia-based Cold Chain Network has stepped up its assurance of optimal storage conditions with the installation of wireless temperature monitoring.Find out more
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Insect Pests Prevention, Monitoring and Control
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ShockWatch Temperature Indicators
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Identifying fridge maintenance by interpreting graphical data
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