Pharmaceutical Environmental Monitoring
25 Years of Industry Recognised Monitoring
Hanwell Pro pharmaceutical environmental monitoring systems are used by many pharmaceutical organizations including GSK, Genzyme, and GE Healthcare. Our systems are designed to ensure that goods are strictly monitored to provide users with accurate data for immediate alarm notification, stored data for ongoing analysis and archived data for historical record keeping.
We are committed to providing accurate automated alarm and recording tools 24/7 and out of working hours that meet national regulatory compliance across key statutory requirements and guidelines.
Typical Industry Measurement Options
Applications for pharmaceutical environmental monitoring
Finding out that equipment such as refrigerators, incubators, climate chambers etc have lost power when data is downloaded hours later only results in loss.
The use of a Pharmaceutical environmental monitoring system enables users to be informed of alarms in real-time. The Hanwell Pro system also has the capability of audio, SMS and email notification 24/7 for immediate action to be taken.
Find out more about how our wireless environmental monitoring systems can assist you.
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