Guide to Hospital Temperature Monitoring

Laboratories, blood banks, pharmaceuticals, blood products and general hospital environment all require temperature and humidity to be maintained at a constant to meet health, storage and quality requirements.

Why Do I Need an Environmental Monitoring Solution?

Hospital and Healthcare

In the past, environmental parameters have often been checked manually. Now, by installing monitoring systems which connect direct to your IT network, temperature and humidity in specialist environments can be logged and monitored reliably and continuously, 24/7. Not only that, but should temperature rise or flooding occur, you know that you or your team will be alerted by email or SMS to the problem, no matter where you are.

How Do Temperature Monitors Work?

Temperature and Environmental Monitors provide a reliable, scalable, remote, easy to set up and use system to manage, monitor and alert to changes in temperature, humidity and flooding. Environment Monitors connect directly to your IT network. Probes placed where needed collect temperature data which is sent back to the unit. Using the monitoring software you set temperature or environmental parameters or log and graph data. Should parameters rise or fall outside set limits you will be alerted via email/SMS.

Benefits of a Temperature Monitoring System

  • Continuous monitoring of specialist environments, labs, coldstores, blood banks
  • Constant logging increases quality control
  • Reduces risk of human error
  • Alerts via email or SMS the instant there’s a problem

Which Solution is Right for Me?

In order to make it easier to choose the solution that best fits your requirement, please visit the Environment Monitor Product Finder.

For more information, please call us on 0800 612 1357 for more product information.

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