Testo Saveris 2 is an automated temperature monitoring system that stores all measurement data in one central place. Multiple measuring points can be incorporated into the system, meaning all fridges, freezers and storage locations are monitored simultaneously, with measurement data being transported directly to the cloud, where results can then be accessed remotely, via PC, tablet or smartphone. This removes the need to collect data manually and there is no longer a potential for readings to go missing.
In James Hall’s case, they keep 12 testo Saveris 2 T1 WiFi data loggers on site, which are used for mapping the temperature throughout the building. In addition to this, they also have 5 testo Saveris 2 T1 loggers for daily, continuous monitoring. This helps them ensure all goods are stored at the correct temperatures, and any deviations are identified immediately
For their temperature mapping application, Trevor explained that the reporting element of testo Saveris 2 was also a major advantage “The ability to collate the data from numerous loggers into one spread sheet or report is a great advantage when it comes to carrying out a temperature mapping exercise.”
Trevor went on to explain the cost saving element the company has benefitted from since investing in a testo Saveris 2 system. When asked to consider the cost saving element of testo Saveris 2, Trevor said “It has certainly saved money, both on routine checks and projects such as temperature mapping. Before we introduced the Saveris 2 units we were looking at contracting out the temperature mapping, which would have been a considerable expense, as the temperature mapping exercise must be repeated several times to allow for seasonal variation.”
Trevor went on to explain how the fact the system is cloudbased, also helped keep costs low and deliver system flexibility. “The fact that the testo Saveris 2 units are cloudbased and did not require a base station like the older wireless systems is a real bonus it makes the system more cost-effective, and more flexible as we have WiFi throughout the building.”
Trevor also explained how moving to continuous monitoring has also been a major benefit for the company and described this as a “great plus”. In addition to monitoring temperature at their main site, James Hall also use testo Saveris 2 in one of their subsidiary companies, who also handle GSL Medicines. By using a cloud-based system such as testo Saveris 2, they are able to connect all loggers to a single account. This means the responsible persons are able to have visibility of both sites simultaneously, whilst deputising.
When asked to describe their experience with testo Saveris 2 in a sentence, Trevor said: “Well-built, very reliable, and does exactly what it says it will.”