Oven Data Logger Kit for High-Accuracy Temperature Profiles
CHESTERLAND OH—November 18, 2014
Many manufacturers are looking at improving their heat treatment process for long-term energy savings and improved product quality. Using the Grant OQ610 Portable Temperature Data Logger, you can obtain a complete temperature profile. Make sure to call CAS DataLoggers today at (800) 956-4437 and learn more!
Grant SQ2020 Squirrel Series Data Logger Helps Streamline QC
CHESTERLAND OH—August 25, 2014
Pharmaceutical product manufacturing is synonymous with strict quality control and traceability. A leading pharmaceutical manufacturer in the UK required a temperature data logger to continuously monitor 10 different points for temperature and humidity. The manufacturer also needed alarming capability to help protect their products. A single Grant SQ2020 datalogger does it all. Read more on our Quality Assurance Apps Notes page.
At CAS DataLoggers we talk every day with callers looking for the right datalogger for their temperature monitoring application. Often people are new to datalogging and aren’t sure which manufacturer or feature to go with. If you’re researching based on functionality, price, or specifications, check out these 10 factors to help you find the right datalogger for your application: Read more on our Product Announcements page.
Users who need to monitor environmental temperature conditions need a portable data logger, but as always, accuracy and affordability are important considerations for any business or organization. For these applications CAS DataLoggers and Grant offer the Squirrel Universal Portable Data Logger, a popular standalone logger featuring universal inputs for connection to a wide variety of sensors. Read more on our Product Announcements page.
Zoos, shelters, universities and other organizations often need to monitor and record animal temperature for conservation and research. In many of these projects, staff also need temperature alarms for key events like new arrivals, sick animals and other emergencies. At CAS DataLoggers we regularly receive calls from customers working in these applications and help them to find the right data logger. With this in mind, here are three common examples of data collection methods we’ve set up for our customers. Read more on our Life Science Applications Notes page.
Mini Concrete Maturity Meters from CAS DataLoggers
CHESTERLAND OH—April 29, 2013
Grant Thermocouple Data Loggers
CAS DataLoggers has provided the temperature data loggers for a construction contractor which needed to monitor and record the cure of structural concrete onsite. Once workers could prove that the concrete was strong enough, they could then proceed with new construction. The company was on a tight work schedule, so they wanted to assemble all the necessary equipment and calculate the cure strength as quickly as possible. Learn more on our Construction Applications Notes page.
Oven Temperature Data Logger Keeps Logging in Extreme Heat
CHESTERLAND OH—January 16, 2013
Grant OMK610 Oven Temperature Datalogger
CAS DataLoggers recently provided the heat treatment solution for a supplier of raw materials used in the plastics rotary molding industry. This company offers a comprehensive technical support service to their customer base, and part of this service includes technical advice and assistance to maximize their customers’ production efficiency. Here the supplier required a multi-channel oven temperature data logger with adequate thermal barrier protection for years of operation. Read more on our Quality Assurance Applications Notes page.