WarmMark Short Run Exposure
10°C / 50°F
Temperature Accuracy: +/- 2°F
How it works:
Device indicates that the package has been exposed to temperatures higher than 10°C / 50°F
WarmMark has 3 different Window indicator levels:
When the circle under the BRIEF turns RED, this indicates the product has been exposed to temperatures higher than 50°F for the than 2 hours
When the circle under the MODERATE turns RED, this indicates the product has been exposed to temperatures higher higher than 50°F for more than 12 hours
When the circle under PROLONGED turns RED, this indicates the product has been exposed to temperatures higher higher than 50°F for more than 48 hours
WarmMark is a single-use, ascending time-temperature indicator which alerts users of exposure to unacceptable temperature conditions.
Delivers irreversible evidence of exposure to unacceptable temperature conditions
Assists in verifying the adequacy of the cold chain packaging
Saves money and space since field armable indicators require no special packaging or storage
Industries that would benefit from this product:
Chocolate manufacturers and shippers
Shippers of raw and cooked meats
Store in a dry environment below response temperature for optimal shelf life
2 years from date of sale
WarmMark Use Instructions:
For best results, please adhere WarmMark indicator on or near the item to be shipped. Do not place the indicator on the outside of the cardboard shipping box or the foam cooler.
1. All WarmMark breach window(s) should be white prior to arming the device.
2. Before arming, the WarmMark indicator should be placed in an environment at least 5°C (9°F) below the WarmMark’s activation threshold temperature for a minimum of 30 minutes.
3. To arm the WarmMark indicator, fold up and pull out the indicator’s activation tab until the tab and barrier film have been completely removed. 4. If using a WarmMark indicator with a threshold temperature below the ambient temperature, immediately place the indicator in the environment to be monitored to avoid early activation.
5. Remove the adhesive liner from the WarmMark and adhere the indicator to a clean, dry surface. a. The WarmMark should be located where it will be visible to the receiver of the monitored shipment. b. The WarmMark can be adhered directly to the product being monitored or located inside the packaging.