A Thermobuffer is used to simulate the temperature of refrigerated assets rather than the air temperature of a refrigeration unit. The bottle, either filled with food grade glycol or solid wax, allows for slower reaction to abrupt temperature changes, yet still maintain long-term accuracy if the temperature change remains permanent. The use of a thermobuffer can eliminate the temperature spikes due to frequent refrigerator or freezer door opening and decrease false alarms.
Bottle is filled with up to 2 ounces (60 ml) of food grade glycol, temperature probe inserted into glycol, and sealed. Recommended for monitoring the temperature of liquid vaccines and medications. Probe and food grade glycol sold separately.
Bottle is assembled with a NIST-certified probe and filled with a solid wax. Recommended for monitoring the temperature of food service contents.