Choose the right dry ice temperature data logger when transporting product or critical samples at ultra-low temperatures
APIs, vaccines, freeze-dried substances and human tissue samples must be transported in the glass phase at temperatures as low as possible (colder than -60 °C or even colder than -150 °C). Dry Ice is often used to control temperatures for this purpose, with an average evaporation temperature of -78 °C. It is also very likely that some COVID-19 vaccines need to be transported below -60 °C. To safeguard your critical samples and assets, and ensure the efficacy of medication for patients, it is important to select the correct ELPRO dry ice data loggers for your application.
PDF dry ice data logger with internal sensor
PDF/Bluetooth® dry ice data logger with external sensor
Real-Time dry ice data logger with external sensor
Real-Time dry ice data logger with external sensor for frozen application