DeltaTrak will be exhibiting at the Composites and Advanced Materials Expo (CAMX) 2019 in Anaheim, September 24-26. Come by and visit us at Booth #E21 to see what’s new and demo some of the latest products.
DeltaTrak will be featuring the FlashLink USB PDF -80°C In-Transit Logger. This logger has been purpose-built to monitor temperature during shipping storage and handling of temperature-sensitive materials such as carbon fiber prepreg and other TATS materials.
For HVAC installation and repair, how do you know that the system is working as it should and providing the optimal temperature? You can get this information from a temperature logger—but which one?
What are the most important features that allow you to simply and efficiently verify that the correct ambient temperature has been achieved near any given vent?
If you’re looking for DeltaTrak product and support resources, you might want to begin your search on the DeltaTrak website. For example, in the Resources section, you can access videos or request white papers and solution briefs. If you need to download software or are looking for a software upgrade, the software and drivers page will provide you what you need.
For product-related questions, the Tech Support Forum is only a click away. Here you can post questions and get answers.
Did you realize that DeltaTrak has a new section of the website available and dedicated to answering product-related questions?
Welcome to the new DeltaTrak Tech Support Forum. The forum is an area where our product experts can share solutions and knowledge. Here, you can post and get questions answered from cold chain industry experts.
Your shipment has been completed. Your DeltaTrak in-transit logger has provided you with the trip report. So, what do you do next? Do you throw away the logger?
The answer is “No!” if your logger is one of the FlashLink® loggers included in DeltaTrak’s GoGreen Recycling Program.
Extreme shipment conditions and temperatures require “extreme” monitoring products. Dry ice is commonly used for shipments such as industrial commodities and biological substances in order to provide a very cold shipping container environment.
In order to effectively monitor such shipments to guarantee that the low temperature has been maintained, shippers need loggers that can withstand these extreme conditions.
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