Traceable Thermometer Keeps Tabs on First COVID-19 Vaccines; Watch Video

Traceable Water-Resistant Thermocouple Thermometer with Calibrations

First batches of vaccines arrive at hospitals in the UK.

Pfizer COVID vaccines arrive in the UK and are distributed to a variety of hospitals. During a BBC News segment, vaccines are shown arriving at Croydon University Hospital in South London. The vaccines are then placed into in an ultra-low freezer that is being monitored by a Traceable® Water-Resistant Thermocouple Thermometer. Cole-Parmer is proud that Traceable products are a part of this critical distribution and historical event.

The Traceable Water-Resistant Thermocouple Thermometer achieves accuracy across a large temperature range of -200°C to +1370°C with the ultra-low temperature probe. The probe range (supplied with unit) only measures from –40°C to +250°C continuous, so the customer needed to purchase the additional ultra-low temperature probe.

Watch the video below:

Want to look at a different data logger for ultra-low temperatures? We have others that can be used for this same application:

Traceable Excursion-Trac Datalogging Thermometer; 2 vaccine bottle probes


3 Comments on "Traceable Thermometer Keeps Tabs on First COVID-19 Vaccines; Watch Video"

  1. Gabriele Zirovaite | December 28, 2020 at 1:40 pm | Reply

    Hello, i am searching for termometres which measure the temperature in freezes and fix it. We want to use them in freezes for covid vacine. Do you have such ones?

    • Cole-Parmer Blog Team | December 30, 2020 at 10:38 am | Reply

      Hello Gabriele:

      We have thermometers that measures the temperatures in freezers, but that won’t automatically fix the freezer temperature. Our thermometers will alert you if the temperature does not remain in your set temperature range. I will forward your information to our technical experts so they may help you further. Thank you!

  2. Really informative, thanks for sharing this!

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