Ultra-Low Temperature Measurement Calibration
We Calibrate Ultra-Cold or Ultra-Low Temperature Devices
Tescom Calibration Services recently expanded its calibration capabilities to include specialized services for ‘ultra-cold’ wireless (and other) remote logging wireless temperature sensors including refrigerators and freezers used where CDC ‘cold chain’ temperatures are critical, for temperatures as low as -95o C; and with calibration measurement accuracy of less than about +/-0.02o C.
Our calibration method uses a High Accuracy Ultra-Cold Temperature Drywell, externally monitored by a High Accuracy SPRT; at customer specified temperatures, and includes optimized accuracy at customer specified critical temperatures (normally to within +/-0.5o C). Our calibration laboratory is ISO17025 Accredited for temperature measurements and temperature mapping protocols for devices that are used in the pharmaceutical industry, food manufacturing and even industrial applications.
Although ‘ultra-cold’ temperature measurement is not new, the Global COVID-19 Pandemic of 2020 has brought needs for this type of temperature measurement to the forefront. So for the purpose of this article, ‘ultra-cold’ refers to measurements of temperatures between -45o and -95o Celsius.
Producing or distributing new COVID-19 vaccines requires among other things, the need to continuously store them at proper temperatures. Depending on requirements of the specific vaccine, this may require refrigeration (from +2o to +8o C), frozen (from -15o to -25o C), or ‘ultra-cold’ storage (from -60o to -80o C).
Our calibration services include ultra-cold temperature sensors, ultra-low temperature sensors, ultra-cold temperature freezer calibration and wireless temperature sensor calibration.
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Calibration capabilities to include specialized services for ‘ultra-cold’ wireless (and other) remote logging wireless temperature sensors used where CDC ‘cold chain’ temperatures are critical, for temperatures as low as -95o C; and with calibration measurement accuracy of less than about +/-0.02o C.