A Lab Temperature Monitoring System That Goes to Work for You

Lab freezer and refrigerator failures can happen at any time, while manual temperature checks may only occur once a day. With a cloud-based 24-hour temperature monitor from CORIS, you can bridge this gap and account for lab freezer and refrigerator issues as they occur, whether you are inside or outside of the lab. Real-time sensor alerts, customized to your needs, minimize risk to samples that can take many years to replicate (or may be irreplaceable) while giving lab personnel more time to focus on their research efforts. We’re proud to offer a remote temperature monitoring system that keeps you both compliant and productive.

How Our System Works
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Did you know?

In most labs, there is a 4- to 6-hour window of time after a lab freezer failure for personnel to find spare freezer space and move specimens before they are compromised.

What Sets Our Lab Temperature Monitoring System Apart From Other Options in the Market

Customizable Smart Alerts

Alongside default limits for freezer and refrigerator types, we customize alerts to ensure they’re only sent out when there is an issue. With a three-tiered escalation scale in place to indicate if conditions worsen, you can choose who is notified based on the severity of the issue, as well as the time and day of the week, in the preferred frequency and format (e.g., email, phone, text).

Easily Accessible Data

As our refrigerator monitoring system or freezer monitoring system measures real-time performance, it takes all the data it collects and stores it permanently. Whether you need to generate a report for regulatory purposes every month or generate a report for a grant application covering a few years, you can always access the exact data you need.

USER-FRIENDLY PLATFORM

Many cloud-based lab temperature monitoring systems require a multi-day training course for lab personnel. At CORIS, we’ve gone to great lengths to make our 24-hour temperature monitor system very intuitive. After a one-hour online training course, we expect staff to have a clear understanding of how to use the system in the most effective and efficient way.

Simplified Network Security

Our patented network security allows us to connect to your network without having to create a hole in the firewall to enable port access. While this lightens the workload of your IT staff, who would otherwise have to configure the port and firewall, the fact that the lab temperature monitoring system fits easily into the IT infrastructure expedites the overall installation time.

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Option for DIY Installation

The battery-powered sensors we use to monitor freezer and refrigerator temperatures are all-in-one sensors, meaning they include the sensor probe, the batteries and the wireless transmitters. The integrated nature of these sensors, coupled with their positioning on a shelf inside a lab refrigerator or freezer, lends itself to a streamlined DIY installation.

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Cost-Effective System

Choosing a refrigerator monitoring system or freezer monitoring system shouldn’t be a question of quality versus price. At CORIS, we strive to balance these two elements. While we’re proud to offer a high-end product in the marketplace, we bundle everything (our hardware, software and support) into an all-inclusive monthly subscription fee, with no upfront investment needed.

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We Pair High-End Temperature Monitoring Technology with a Commitment to Service

We pride ourselves as much on our lab temperature monitoring system as we do on support. While we’re readily available to help you understand the intricacies of our system and assist with the installation, we also make it a point to promptly address client service requests. Let’s say a power outage occurs due to high winds and your CORIS temperature monitoring system goes offline, or you’re faced with a disaster like a tornado, hurricane or fire. We have experience dealing with these emergencies, identifying creative solutions fast to restore lab temperature monitoring system operations — with the added benefit of available internal battery packs to store temperature data when power is interrupted.

Meet Some of Our Clients

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Temperature Monitoring Systems to Suit a Variety of Needs

While temperature monitoring is critical inside laboratories, many other industries require it too. In combination with other innovative products that complement its use, we’re proud to offer a comprehensive temperature monitoring system for museums, construction sites, food storage, wine/beer storage, food production, pharmacies, hospital/nursing homes, blood banks, in-transit monitoring, fertility clinics, breast milk storage and more.

  • MUSEUMS
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    MUSEUMS

    • Monitor the temperature and relative humidity inside display cases and storage areas
    • Leak detection in basements
    • Water level detection in sump pits and elevator shafts
    • Door open sensors for storage rooms
    • Monitor long-term storage freezers for biological samples (LN2, -80℃, -20℃, etc.) of plant and animal specimens
  • CONSTRUCTION SITES
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    CONSTRUCTION SITES

    • Battery-operated sensors for flexible/short-term deployments
    • Excellent low-frequency wireless signals penetrate concrete, rebar, cinder block, etc.
    • Monitor temperature and relative humidity at key locations within construction site
    • Monitor portable HVAC units during renovations for water leaks
    • Monitor interior temperature during winter construction to prevent frozen pipes
    • Leverage motion sensors, open door sensors, local equipment alarms and water leak sensors to quickly identify problems
  • FOOD STORAGE
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    FOOD STORAGE

    • Monitor temperature and humidity for vegetables in refrigerated warehouses and walk-in coolers
    • Monitor temperatures for storing fresh and processed meats
    • Monitor high-value menu items on days when no one is around
    • Automatically submit temperature histories to the FDA and other food safety agencies
    • Ensure freezer and refrigerator doors are completely closed
    • Automatically notify repair vendors if freezer or refrigerator temperatures indicate failure
  • WINE/BEER STORAGE
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    WINE/BEER STORAGE

    • Monitor temperatures in wine warehouses and cellars
    • Monitor temperatures in refrigerated beer warehouses and walk-in coolers
    • Monitor vendor specific areas, and automatically submit temperature graphs to vendors
    • Automatically notify repair vendors if elevated warehouse or walk-in temperatures indicate failure
  • FOOD PRODUCTION
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    FOOD PRODUCTION

    • Monitor the internal temperatures of meats and sausages during preparation and cooking
    • Generate alerts when internal temperatures reach target temperatures
    • Provide automated reporting to USDA and FDA verifying proper production and storage temperatures
    • Monitor temperatures in storage refrigerators and freezers
  • PHARMACIES
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    PHARMACIES

    • Monitor temperatures in medication and vaccine refrigerators
    • Ensure compliance with CDC COVID vaccine storage requirements
    • Automated reporting to CDC for COVID and VFC storage temperatures
  • HOSPITALS/NURSING HOMES
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    HOSPITALS/NURSING HOMES

    • Monitor the temperatures of vaccines and medications at central pharmacies
    • Monitor temperatures in nursing station medication dispensaries
    • Monitor temperatures in cafeteria refrigerators and freezers
  • BLOOD BANKS
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    BLOOD BANKS

    • Monitor blood and blood component storage temperatures
    • Real-time alert notifications of temperature excursions
    • Automatic alert escalations as temperatures climb
    • Automatic reporting of temperatures
    • Permanent record of all temperature readings and alerts sent out
  • IN-TRANSIT MONITORING
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    IN-TRANSIT MONITORING

    • Continuously monitor the temperatures during transit
    • Real-time high-temperature alert notifications to driver, sender and recipient
    • Automated reporting of temperatures at origin, destination and during transit
    • Ensures compliance with CDC regulations and best practices
  • FERTILITY CLINICS
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    FERTILITY CLINICS

    • Monitor temperatures inside long-term storage containers (LN2 tanks and -80℃ freezers)
    • Continuously monitor LN2 fill levels inside tanks without opening lids
    • Monitor the integrity of the tank itself to verify vacuum insulation is intact
  • BREAST MILK STORAGE
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    BREAST MILK STORAGE

    • Monitor temperatures inside refrigerators and freezers
    • Automatic alert generation for temperature excursions 24/7
    • Automated temperature logs and reports
    • Simple installation and setup

Don’t Wait for a Freezer or Refrigerator Failure to Take Action.

Invest in 24/7 Remote Temperature Monitoring from CORIS.

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