Wireless Temperature Monitoring of Cooking Cycles & Chilled Storage Areas
A food manufacturer making sauces needed to be able to prove to the British Retail Consortium (BRC) that its cooking cycles had been completed correctly.
Historically, this was done by manually recording temperatures from chart recorders or other devices and maintaining written records. The company also wanted to monitor temperatures in their chilled storage warehouse.
The RF500 system supplied can be programmed to provide independently vairable logging rates for each individual transmitter, in line with the task being carried out. The single coordinated system has answered all the customerís needs, including compliance with the companyís criteria which required 100% reliability in terms of logging rates and accuracy.
The customer is also satisfied that all the data captured will stand up to scrutiny.
- The ability to show that products have been cooked in accordance with customer's instructions
- Meets all data requirements for BRC auditing
- Automated and consistent record-keeping with little risk of human error
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