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ECEFast is one of Australia’s largest manufacturers and suppliers of sensors and industrial instruments. ECEFast was established in 1932 and now have offices in both Australia and New Zealand. ECEFast provide temperature sensors and calibrators to many ...
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CoolPac is an Australian owned company specialising in temperature controlled packaging, wireless or remote temperature data loggers and cold chain systems. The company offers a wide range of control temperature products for the hospitality and ...
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Global Cold Chain Solutions Pty Ltd specialises in providing complete solutions for the Cold Chain and Food Service industries.
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HACCP Australia is a leading food science organisation specialising in the HACCP food safety methodology and its application within the food and related non-food industries. Companies benefit from the organisation’s depth of expertise and its practical, ...
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ECEFast Minikit
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27/05/09 - ECEfast offer various kinds of temperature kits for food temperature monitoring. The ECEFast Minikit available from the company has contact and infra red thermometers.
Air Temperature & Humidity Sensor
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26/05/09 - Global Cold Chain Solutions provide wireless temperature monitoring and cold chain shippers that are used in food service and cold chain industries.
ECE Disklog
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26/05/09 - ECEfast provide different kinds of food safety products including the ECE Disklog that is an economical temperature logger used in food storage and transport.
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15/05/09 - Church Air-conditioning offer split air conditioners consisting of indoor and outdoor units. Indoor splits are attached on walls and floors or they are made to rest in the ceiling or just installed under the ceiling.
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13/05/09 - Church Air-conditioning offer a range of air conditioning equipment like genie ducted controls, ducted air systems, split air conditioners, room air conditioners, and sizing equipment.
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09/04/09 - Even before that guideline is applied, the question that matters is whether the food has been in the HACCP Australia (Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points) danger zone for longer than is safely allowed.

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