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Temperature Monitoring

HACCP Checks: Save Over £600 a Year using an ETI Data Logger 15/12/2020
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HACCP Checks: Save Over £600 Per Year using an ETI Data Logger

Data loggers automate the temperature-taking process, allowing them to be taken at programmed intervals while digitally backing up the results. This eliminates the need for an employee to physically take and write down the temperature meaning time can be freed and money saved, which can be a vital long-term investment for your business. This post will examine how using an ETI data logger saves time and money to create a less stressful HACCP plan and more efficient business. How data loggers save time Without loggers, members of staff must interrupt... Read More

08/10/2019

Choose The Right Data Logger For You

So you need a data logger. What’s the first thing you do? Turn to Gem Scientific! We can help you make the right choice, saving you time and money. Here is a four-step guide to help you make the decision: 1. Access your current HACCP system Explore areas of your HACCP system that could benefit from continuous data accumulation and alerts rather than collecting by hand. Look for areas including walk-in fridges and freezers, cold and hot holding, food preparation areas, vacuum packing, cook-chill and any other areas where your stock... Read More

22/11/2017

Protect Yourself From Campylobacter

Recently we stumbled upon a worrying trend: medium rare chicken. After grimacing at the photos, everyone at Gem HQ unanimously agreed that it is stomach churning and dangerous, as eating undercooked chicken is one of the biggest causes of food poisoning. If you are concerned about eating medium rare chicken, we will give you the right information about Campylobacter, why it could be deadly to try the trend and a handy temperature guide for cooking chicken and other meats. What is Campylobacter? The most common cause of food poisoning in... Read More

05/06/2017
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Cost Effective Temperature Monitoring in Distribution

Temperature monitoring within the distribution change is vital. Some products including pharmaceuticals and chemicals can be irreversibly damaged when exposed to freezing temperatures. A cost-effective way to monitor exposure to freezing temperatures is to use 3M Freeze Watch Indicators. The patented design of Freeze Watch indicators consists of a highly sensitive indicating liquid inside a specially designed ampule. When exposed to freezing temperatures, the ampule fractures, releasing a liquid. The liquid irreversibly stains a paper behind the ampule, indicating that the product has been exposed to unacceptable temperatures so product... Read More