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Temperature/Humidity Mapping Guide Now Available

August 18, 2005

Engineers hoping to optimally control testing environments can now access a free-of-charge Temperature and Temperature/Humidity Mapping Guide from Dickson Company. This best practices guide to warehouse and production facility temperature and humidity mapping can potentially save users of the Guide thousands of dollars annually by protecting inventory quality.

Dickson’s “Temperature and Temperature/Humidity Mapping Guide” provides step-by-step instructions on how to create and maintain effective facility mapping programs, including practical advice on how to determine critical mapping points, appropriate sampling rates, data logger selection criteria, and how to approach data analysis, remediation considerations, among other topics.

Dickson Company, which offers the widest selection of temperature, humidity and pressure recorders and data loggers available in the world, created this non-commercial guide to temperature and humidity mapping in order to help the many thousands of worldwide users of temperature/humidity logging technology to gain maximum economic benefit from correct warehouse and production facility mapping techniques.

Tommie Spears, Dickson Tech Support Manager, explains, “Whether one is using temperature and humidity data loggers for regulatory compliance or simply to minimize losses due to inventory spoilage, the Guide has many practical tips on how to save both time and money with effective warehouse and production facility mapping techniques. Overly aggressive sampling, for example, can create mountains of unnecessary
data that is both time consuming and expensive to process. In the other extreme, inadequate data sampling means that your data is not meaningful and insufficient to identify necessary remedial actions. Deciding how to strike a proper balance in sampling frequency is just one of the topics that the Guide addresses.”

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