Chevrier Instruments carries data loggers designed for food and pharma applicationsNovember 24, 2016 REDWIRE is news you can use from leading suppliers. Powered by FRASERS.
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KIMO’s KH 50 and KT 50 instruments are autonomous compact data loggers ideal for use in the food and pharmaceutical industries, as well as in the processing and storage of sensible goods. Available in Canada from Chevrier Instruments, these data loggers offer many features and advantages.
This model can operate in temperatures ranging from -20 to 70 degrees C. It has 16,000 measurement points, two configurable setpoint alarms, and the capability to download data at a rate of 1,000 values a second. It can display one line on its LCD display, and has a battery life of 365 days. KH 50 also offers magnetic mounting and an IP40 housing.
This model offers many of the same features and advantages of the KH 50 model; however, it can operate in temperatures as low as -40 degrees C, has a longer battery life of 500 days, and features an IP65 housing. The KT 50 model also meets with requirements of EN 12830 norm, the certification required for transportation, storage and distribution of refrigerated, frozen and deep-frozen food, and ice cream.
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Chevrier Instruments specializes in selling, repairing and calibrating measurement and control instruments for industrial processes. It carries products from several leading manufacturers, only working with those companies that share its commitment to quality and customer service — companies like KIMO Canada. Its offering from KIMO includes a wide selection of data loggers.
To learn more, contact Chevrier Instruments.