When food and beverages are subjected to extreme temperature variations, businesses are left with the costly burden of product loss and liabilities around safety and compliance. Protect your inventory, your customers, and your bottom line with the CORIS food storage temperature monitoring system.

Smart

Personnel and technicians receive customizable, real-time alerts when temperature excursions occur. Permanent temperature logs create an audit trail and support troubleshooting efforts.

Simple

Wireless sensors are easy to install and automatically communicate with cloud-based CORIS servers. With our food temperature monitoring systems, all it takes is a quick training to get up and running on the web-based platform.

Secure

Sensor data is encrypted when transmitted to CORIS servers and is securely stored there. The CORIS system does not require a “hole” in the firewall to reach the internet, simplifying installation and security.

Applications of Temperature Monitoring in Food, Beer, & Wine

  • TEMPERATURE MONITORING FOR Food Storage
    TEMPERATURE MONITORING FOR Food Storage
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    TEMPERATURE MONITORING FOR Food Storage

    From vegetables to fresh and processed meats, walk-in freezers, coolers and refrigerators are used to store a variety of temperature-sensitive foods. Our food temperature monitoring system notifies you when cold storage device temperatures drift outside acceptable limits and foods are put at risk. This quick alert turnaround gives you the time and resources to keep your food inventory safe.

    Complementary Features & Products:

    • Temperature histories readily available to send to FDA, USDA, and other food safety agencies via automated reports
    • Open door detection to ensure freezer and refrigerator doors are completely closed, and warm air cannot seep inside
    • Real-time leak detection from drain lines and other systems to minimize costly repairs to surrounding food storage areas
  • TEMPERATURE MONITORING FOR Wine Cellars & Beer Storage
    TEMPERATURE MONITORING FOR Wine Cellars & Beer Storage
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    TEMPERATURE MONITORING FOR Wine Cellars & Beer Storage

    Wine cellars and refrigerated beer warehouses need to maintain predefined temperatures, or else products are susceptible to loss and compliance issues. By enabling real-time wine cellar monitoring and beer storage monitoring, our easy-to-use system can account for temperature variations that indicate system failure while creating a permanent data log for reporting needs.

    Complementary Features & Products:

    • Temperature histories readily available to send to FDA, USDA, and other food safety agencies via automated reports
    • Open door detection to ensure freezer and refrigerator doors are completely closed, and warm air cannot seep inside
    • Real-time leak detection from drain lines and other systems to minimize costly repairs to surrounding food storage areas
  • TEMPERATURE MONITORING FOR Food Production
    TEMPERATURE MONITORING FOR Food Production
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    TEMPERATURE MONITORING FOR Food Production

    During the preparation and cooking of meats and sausages, temperature issues can impact food quality and cause unnecessary waste. With our food temperature monitoring system, staff can maintain 24/7 oversight of food production quality, from when target internal food temperatures are met to when cold storage device temperatures move outside of reasonable ranges.

    Complementary Features & Products:

    • Temperature histories readily available to send to FDA, USDA, and other food safety agencies via automated reports
    • Open door detection to ensure freezer and refrigerator doors are completely closed, and warm air cannot seep inside
    • Real-time leak detection from drain lines and other systems to minimize costly repairs to surrounding food storage areas

What Our Clients Are Saying

“With CORIS, it’s easy to navigate through the portal and print reports. It’s also a nice feature to have automatic reports and alerts provided. When there’s a problem with the system, we can always depend on a quick reaction from the vendor.”

-Ed Pereira, Operations Manager, Commercial Dist

Temperature in cold storage can be unpredictable. Proactive monitoring can help.

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