Celsius showcased to new and existing customers at successful FOODex event in Birmingham
Cerulean demonstrated their latest accurate and sustainable equipment to attendees at the NEC from 16th – 18th April 2018.
The UK’s premier trade event for food processing, packaging and logistics was well attended and visitors had the opportunity to visit the Cerulean stand, featuring a fully operational Celsius Midi and C-Dass, to simulate running and capturing data in real-time.
Celsius measures the average temperature of foodstuffs in the range -30°C to +30°C and displays and logs these readings for the operator. A temperature log can be recalled for full traceability of measurements. Results are automatically sent to a SQL database (Cerulean’s C-Dass software) for analysis with no physical data trail, eliminating any human error. The non-destructive nature of Celsius also eliminates the need to remove any packaging.
Visitors to the Cerulean stand found the Celsius process user-friendly – simply loading the sample, closing the door and an automatic reading function delivering results on a visual display panel within seconds.
Mark McMahon, Cerulean Area Sales Manager, was on hand to demonstrate the equipment at the event, he said,
“FOODex was a great chance for us to catch up with some of our existing customers and demonstrate our capabilities to attendees who may not have seen our equipment before. Celsius is already improving the sustainability footprint of manufacturers across the country and we understand it is more critical than ever for UK businesses to obtain accurate and reliable data.
We thoroughly enjoyed speaking to attendees about the benefits of our non-destructive approach and it was our pleasure to support the shows aims of improving traceability, consumer trust and transforming industry productivity”.