6 Degrees of Separation: -80°C of Separation (Part 4)
25 Mar

6 Degrees of Separation: -80°C of Separation (Part 4)

Welcome back temperature sleuths! Today we are discussing another important storage temperature within the life sciences industry. The Ultracold or -80°C temperature is another crucial temperature for long term storage of materials that require stable, controlled, deeply frozen environments. The ultracold temperature is essential in storage of biological materials to...

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6 Degrees of Separation: 2 - 8°C (Part Three)
18 Mar

6 Degrees of Separation: 2 - 8°C (Part Three)

When we think of 2-8°C, we automatically think of our household refrigerators which keep our groceries fresh and our beer cold. However, in the life sciences industry, fridges keep the ideal, stable temperature for everything from integral and important testing standards to products and raw materials. In order to keep these integral products, raw materials and test standards safely stored, companies need to...   Read more


6 Degrees of Separation: 25°C (Part 2)
12 Mar

6 Degrees of Separation: 25°C (Part 2)

In the life sciences industry, 25°C is considered one of the most important temperatures as it is an ambient or immediate surrounding temperature condition. All life science facilities develop, manufacture, research, or store raw materials and finished product under ambient conditions. The 25°C temperature condition needs to be mapped, validated, monitored, and controlled by many different integral systems.

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6 Degrees of Separation: Introduction (Part 1)
4 Mar

6 Degrees of Separation: Introduction (Part 1)

This is post 1 of an 8-part series that we are calling “What can Temperature Do for You?” In this 8-part series, we will be looking at the various areas and applications where temperature is the guiding factor to a successful product or process. Every week we will focus in on certain temperatures and discuss life science industry applications with equipment and software solutions to help you understand each temperature requirement within your facility. Stay tuned!

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