Wireless Temperature Monitoring Solutions

We have over sixty years in the temperature and humidity business and over thirty years’ experience in providing trusted temperature and humidity monitoring systems into the food, pharmaceutical and healthcare industries.

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Food Processing

Busy food production companies need to comply with British Retail Consortium (BRC) legislation and meet the requirements of retailer or third party audits.

Food Processing

Keeping track of temperature records in HACCP plans can be time consuming and food business work to ever tighter margins. Wireless monitoring of temperature controlled storage areas 24/7 reduces labour time and the risk of errors.

Alarm notifications that prompt corrective actions help to meet BRC legislation and ensure temperatures are at optimum levels to avoid any food related health scares.

Healthcare

The healthcare industry is one of the largest in the world with demanding temperature regulations and guidelines. A thorough understanding of these regulations, combined with an advanced range of IoT enabled wireless temperature monitoring and data logging solutions, makes Comark uniquely qualified to advise and assist the following healthcare industry sectors to achieve compliance and safeguard reputations.

Research and Development
RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT
Wholesale and Distribution
WHOLESALE & DISTRIBUTION
Hospitals and Clinics
HOSPITALS & CLINICS

The healthcare industry relies heavily on temperature monitoring as it is regulated by bodies such as the MHRA and CPA, with laboratories operating to UKAS accreditation ISO/IEC 17025:2005. In order to comply with these regulations, robust audit trails must be in place. A reliable system must be in place to report that thermal cyclers, refrigerators, freezers, water baths and other equipment are operating within strict temperature parameters.

Automated monitoring of vaccines, pharmaceutical products, tissue stores and any other biological samples, with alarms in the event of a failure, help staff operate to MHRA guidelines.

Pharmaceutical

Temperature and humidity conditions should be strictly monitored throughout the supply chain of pharmaceuticals to protect valuable product inventory and meet MHRA requirements. It is mandatory that temperature and humidity measurements are recorded so reliable data is available for quality and 21CFR Part 11 compliance. Audit trails and reports prove to MHRA and other auditing bodies that procedures are in place to reduce compliance risks.

Pharmaceutical Industry

At every point in the chain, precautions should be taken to minimise the effect of external conditions on the quality and stability of the product. Full IQ OQ PQ validation is also a requirement of many operating in this sector.

Life Sciences

Laboratories which are accredited to UKAS standard ISO/IEC 17025:2005 and those that are working to Human Tissue Authority (HTA) guidelines, must all ensure that their refrigerators, freezers and incubators are maintained to very strict temperature levels. It is imperative that irreplaceable samples such as DNA, tissue and other biological matter are all stored in correct temperature controlled conditions and that any reagents and culture media are also similarly protected.

Life Sciences

Organisations that are involved in life changing research and those wishing to safeguard criminal prosecutions, rely totally on these unique samples, so it is vital that they are protected by correct temperature monitoring.