Storing food for demanding consumers

Published:  28 January, 2015

A major manufacturer of climate-controlled food storage systems has incorporated MICHELL’S I7000 humidity and temperature modules within its products to ensure reliable temperature and humidity control.

Consumers’ demands for fine wines and for imported foods, such as out-of-season fruit or unusual cheeses, has given suppliers the challenge of storing and transporting perishable items effectively and with the minimum of wastage. The I7000 Hygrosmart Relative Humidity and Temperature sensor is said to provide highly reliable and accurate measurements of the key parameters for ensuring food is kept fresh and in good condition. The sensor is accurate to ±2%RH and to ±0.2°C and can give long-term stability with less than 1% RH drift over a year to maintain the ideal storage conditions over time.

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