LOGGFI, A CLOUD BASED TEMPERATURE DATA LOGGER, IS A PORTABLE MEASUREMENT INSTRUMENT THAT IS CAPABLE OF AUTONOMOUSLY RECORDING TEMPERATURE OVER A DEFINED PERIOD OF TIME. LOGGFI IS AN INTEGRAL PART OF ANY COLD CHAIN SYSTEM AND OUR USERS ARE FROM PHARMA, BLOOD BANKS, BLOOD STORAGE CENTRES, PERISHABLE COMMODITY WAREHOUSES AND PERISHABLE COMMODITY TRANSPORTERS.

 

Environment Monitoring

5 Step Easy Installation

SMS & E-mail Alert

Long-Lasting Rechargeable Battery

Service & Customer Support

Calibration Certificate

In transporting perishable product like vaccines, blood, food etc , it’s becoming ever more important to provide records of the temperatures. Loggfi helps organizations in the Vaccine, Healthcare, Food and other industries record environmental conditions for the purpose of asset protection. Data are more valuable in the current world and it's very difficult to manual entry every data. So our solution automatically collects data, sends excursion alerts, and emails reports. If the device is online, the digital data can be retrieved , viewed , evaluated and after it has been sent to the server(Real time monitoring system). We can monitor the live data through Loggfi software. If the device is offline , the data will be stored into the device and send this data automatically to the server when it comes to online

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WHY LOGGFI?

Real-Time Data Monitoring

User-Defined Settings

Wireless Connectivity

Unlimited Cloud Storage

Graphing and Historical Report

Battery Backup

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AREAS OF APPLICATION

  • Process monitoring in the pharmaceutical industries
  • Food cold chain
  • Production, quality control and storage in industry
  • Temperature of blood in blood transfusion process.
  • In research and development, laboratories and hospitals
  • Ambient transport conditions for temperature sensitive goods

Food Product

The critical factors for food quality and safety are temperature and pH. Temperature is the single most important factor which keeps pathogens like bacteria under control. High risk foods are foods where bacteria may multiply if the food is stored at the wrong temperature. They include meat, chicken, seafoods, eggs, smallgoods and dairy products. Generally bacteria will grow and multiply at between 4 deg C and 60 deg C so this is the danger zone to avoid or minimize.
Dairy products : must be stored in the refrigerator at temperatures of 2°C to 4°C (36° to 39°F).
Fresh Meats, Poultry, and Seafood : All carcass meats should be unwrapped and hung so that air can circulate around them. They should be stored at 1°C to 3°C (34°C to 37°F) in a walk-in refrigerator.
Frozen Foods : Frozen foods should be stored at –18°C (0°F) or lower. If the temperature rises above –18°C, food can become discoloured and lose vitamin content. Lowering the temperature after it has risen does not correct the damage. So lack of temperature monitoring leads to food and meat wastage.
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Cold room

Cold rooms are very important because they help to prolong the shelf life of fresh goods. They are also effective in reducing the amount of waste and in lengthening the timeframe for marketing food , pharma and dairy products. Air temperature monitoring systems and devices should be installed in all temperature controlled rooms, cold rooms, freezer rooms, refrigerators and freezers used to store time and temperature sensitive pharmaceutical products and dairy products
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Cold chain transport

Improper temperature control is a key reason why food and other perishable shipments are wasted in the supply chain. Smart transportation companies understand the value of reliable cold chain monitoring and delivering properly cooled food and pharmaceuticals to customers.
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Pharma product

Vaccines are sensitive biological products. Some vaccines are sensitive to freezing, some to heat and others to light. Vaccine potency, meaning its ability to adequately protect the vaccinated patient, can diminish when the vaccine is exposed to inappropriate temperatures. Once lost, vaccine potency cannot be regained. To maintain quality, vaccines must be protected from temperature extremes. Vaccine quality is maintained using a cold chain that meets specific temperature requirements. An increasing number of vaccines are being examined to determine their compatibility with a Controlled Temperature Chain , which would allow their use at ambient temperatures. WHO defines a Controlled Temperature Chain as the on-label use of a WHO-prequalified vaccine out of the traditional +2 °C to +8 °C cold chain for a limited period of time, at temperatures of up to 40 °C, just before administration. Vaccines licensed accordingly can be used in a Controlled Temperature Chain. The Controlled Temperature Chain approach can be adopted by countries for carefully chosen circumstances, such as for special strategies or mass vaccination campaigns.
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