Calibration

Thermodata's calibration laboratory has been accredited by NVLAP since March 2011 as meeting the requirements of ISO/IEC 17025:2005. References used in our calibration laboratory are traceable to NIST standards.

Thermodata is committed to operating a laboratory management system that is accredited to ISO/IEC 17025:2005.

As of October 15, 2012, NVLAP granted an improved Scope of Accreditation for Thermodata's calibration laboratory. The Uncertainty of Measurement (k = 2), for temperature loggers and sensors, was reduced from ±0.03°C to ±0.01°C, in the range of -40° to 150°C.

Calibration is performed by the comparison method, using reference standards traceable to NIST standards.

An increasing number of regulatory authorities require manufacturers and producers to adopt quality control measures, including regular calibration schedules.

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Take Control of Temperature Monitoring

Accurate temperature monitoring is vital in many industries: to verify product quality and safety; to validate scientific results and processes; to assure product integrity; and to confirm compliance with critical processes and regulatory requirements.

Thermodata solves these challenges by providing low cost, highly reliable systems that put users in control of when, where and how critical temperature data is collected and managed. Systems are incrementally scalable to suit your growing needs - from a stand- alone PC to a Cloud based system serving many users at different locations worldwide.

What we can do for you
Thermodata Corporation provides reliable temperature monitoring solutions that are easily and quickly implemented. We offer a wide range of low cost, robust and reusable solutions.

Food Safety

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates that 48 million Americans are sickened by food-borne illness every year. The lack of effective controls on time and temperature measurements and properly maintained records are a major contributing factor. Protect your...

Manufacturing

Many manufacturing processes need to occur within controlled temperature ranges. Records of process temperatures need to be collected and stored as Quality Records to comply with internationally recognized quality systems. The reliable and accurate Thermodata temperature monitoring...

Logistics

In our increasingly globalized environment, it takes considerable time and planning to efficiently ship products. Delays can have negative consequences,especially if perishable goods are subjected to undue temperature variations.The Thermodata system provides authoritative,...

Life Science

Temperature is a critical factor in Life Sciences research and processes. Excessive uncertainties in measurements result in a risk of rejection of valid readings or acceptance of invalid readings. Thermodata’s calibrated loggers provide superior accuracy, to ±0.1º C, and resolution...