ShockWatch™ WarmMark™2 Temperature Indicator

Field-activated ascending temperature indicator

Manufacturer: SHOCKWATCH DIV MRI WM2 8/46

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Catalog No. 22-111-006

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    Specifications

    For Use With (Application) Temperature reading
    Measurement Time 1, 2, 4, 8, 12, 24, 48 time marks in hours
    Temperature Range (English) 46°F
    Temperature Range (Metric) 8°C
    Product Type Temperature Indicator

    The WarmMark2 ascending temperature indicator is a user friendly and intuitive solution for the cold chain marketplace. Simply squeeze the blister and begin monitoring your product. A distinctive White to Blue color change informs you if your product quality may have been compromised. The unique field-activated capability of the WarmMark2 means that no special packaging is required when storing or shipping the indicators themselves. The result is a low cost of ownership and simplified logistics processes.

    • Field-activated ascending temperature indicator
    • Irreversible color change when temperature breech occurs
    • Unique identifier on every indicator for traceability
    • Should be used when monitoring products that must be maintained at temperatures below a threshold temperature

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