Saturday, June 12, 2021

Food Alert announces new remote temperature monitoring service

Keeping tabs on freezer and refrigerator temperatures around the clock is now a breeze for Food Alert clients.

The food safety and health & safety consultancy and technology provider has teamed up with remote temperature monitoring innovator, KoolZone.

Featuring advanced wireless monitoring capabilities and delivering market leading performance, the KoolZone application will fully integrate with Food Alert’s cloud-based compliance software, Alert65.

Food Alert’s Managing Director, David Bashford, said: “KoolZone’s technology is the best we’ve come across and is the technology used to protect our new COVID vaccines for the NHS.

“We’re delighted to have secured this partnership, providing our clients with automated temperature monitoring that replaces paper-based systems and eliminates the potential for human error, which could result in a legislation breach and food poisoning outbreak. It allows teams to focus on what’s important – their customers.”

KoolZone remote temperature monitoring uses smart sensors in refrigerators and freezers with powerful wireless communications of up to 18km, across and between floors, simplifying installation and ensuring reliable data collection.

A dashboard shows the status of all units in real-time and customised alerts warn when there’s a problem by phone call, SMS or email if values fall outside of a pre-defined range.

KoolZone’s CEO, Steve Miller, said: “We’re delighted to be Food Alert’s chosen remote temperature monitoring partner. Alert65 is at the forefront of compliance software for hospitality and seamlessly integrates with our advanced solution.”

Click or tap here to find out more about Food Alert’s remote temperature monitoring.

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