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Temperature Mapping

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Temperature Mapping

Temperature Mapping is performed to determine if a storage area can maintain temperature within defined limits (Fridges, Freezers, Rooms, Warehouses and Incubators etc.). Sensors are distributed throughout the unit/room in pre-defined locations to confirm it performs within pre-defined set points.

Why Temperature Mapping Is Necessary?

The purpose of temperature mapping is to identify hot spots, to know how the internal temperature is affected by climatic changes and to better manage the storage of your product. The GITCHIA recommend temperature mapping is conducted once in the summer and once in the winter.

What tests should we perform during Temperature Mapping?

For temperature controlled units such as fridges, freezers and incubators, the testing required should be identified during risk assessment. Examples of common tests performed include:

  • Temperature Distribution Test
  • Temperature Distribution Test
  • Door Open Test
  • Power Off Test

For some storage environments, for example warehouses, it may not be possible to perform some of the testing for example an empty distribution map, power off or door open. There may also be additional testing requirements specifically for that environment which could include:

  • Compressor Switch over Tests
  • Compressor Failure Tests
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