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Temperature monitoring in food production

HACCP, G 178/2002, EN 12830, IFS, SQF, ISO 22000 – as a food producer, you are confronted with numerous regulations, norms and standards which are intended to guarantee the quality and safety of food. One of the key requirements is continuous temperature monitoring along the entire production chain, including complete documentation of the measurement data.

The testo Saveris 2 cloud-based WiFi data logger system saves you the huge amount of work associated with this: the readings are automatically collected and documented at all critical points, and you can retrieve them from anywhere. It doesn’t get any easier or more reliable!

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Temperature monitoring

  • To comply with limit value,

  • to comply with norms and guidelines (incl. HACCP),

  • to guarantee product quality

  • and to increase customer confidence.

Get to know our licence models

Choose the scope of function which suits you

For entry-level users: Basic licence

  • Free Cloud access

  • Pre-set measurement rate

  • Alarm by e-mail

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Full flexibility with the Advanced licence

  • Freely selectable measurement rate

  • Comparison of several measurement sites, for example in order to check the functioning of the air conditiong system

  • Convenient automatic report function (PDF, e-mail)

  • Convenient alarm by SMS

Download: brochure

Download the testo Saveris 2 brochure here


What we can offer food producers

We designed testo Saveris 2 to enable you to easily assemble your own customized solution using the appropriate loggers and your ideal cloud licence. Our experts will be happy to assist you.

In addition, we can offer you a special set for monitoring refrigerators, which helps you to differentiate between genuine temperature drops and slight fluctuations caused by opening the refrigerator door.