WarmMark temperature indicators allow you to control the increases of any temperature range of your products at any time. Specifically, you can monitor and control the time of temperature increases above a certain threshold.
Description of WarmMark temperature indicators
WarmMark temperature indicators are a simple and affordable way to observe any increase in the temperature of storage or transport of your products over a specific limit according to the indicator. They are irreversible indicators (single use) that can indicate more or less accurately how long your products have been above the limit temperature.
The WarmMark Short-Run temperature indicators are characterized by being the simplest and most used of all. After activating by removing and eliminating the activation tab, if the ambient temperature exceeds the specific threshold according to the indicator, the indication windows will begin to be colored with red. There are three windows (brief, moderate and extended) depending on the time it has been exposed to higher temperatures.
The WarmMark Long-Run temperature indicators let you know how your products are exposed to temperature increases for longer periods of time (up to 168 hours). After being activated in the same way as the previous indicators, they will start to turn red along the indicator bar showing how long they have been exposed to temperature increases.
Finally, the WarmMark Duo temperature indicators show if there has been an exposure to a temperature rise above 34ºC, almost immediately without indicating the exposure time, and if there has been a temperature drop below 10ºC.
The WarmMark temperature indicators are ideal to control those products that have their properties modified in case of exposure to certain temperatures. They can be useful in the following sectors:
- Pharmaceutical industry
- Chemical products
- Cold chain
In Sercalia we also offer you other specific SpotSee temperature indicators to control the temperature drops (ColdMark indicators) for a very wide variety of products during transport and storage.