Later this month, Klinge Corporation will conduct a demonstration of its Global Monitoring System (GSM) remote monitoring system with optional satellite back-up at the Cold Chain Global Forum.
This system is used in particular on the Dual Redundant Refrigerated Containers, which feature two refrigeration units with automatic switchover. Total redundancy prevents temperature deviations of cold chain supplies.
During the demonstration, Klinge Corporation will show how temperature data is recorded and accessed on a password-protected website for each customer. The GSM communicates cargo temperature, location, alarm status, and power source.
In addition, alerts are sent through email and text to inform the customer of any issues. This technology prevents excursions from occurring as any issues are directly communicated in real-time.
The GSM is utilised with Klinge Corporation’s special Dual Redundant Refrigerated Containers and Dual Redundant Freezer Containers. These Container Systems feature two full capacity reefers or freezers with automatic switchover. This redundancy safeguards pharmaceuticals. Adding to the reliability of the Refrigerated and Freezer Containers is an optional built-in generator set for back-up power.
Klinge Corporation will demo the GSM on Thursday 29 September at the Cold Chain GDP & Temperature Management Logistics Global Forum in Boston, Massachusetts.
The company is also sponsoring an evening cocktail reception on Wednesday 28 September.