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Timestrip time and temperature monitoring
Liquid Indicator Technology
Timestrip indicator labels are single use, low cost, patented technology diffusing liquid through a viewing window to reveal how much time has passed since activation or temperature breach

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eTimestrip App for pdf reporting
Download our eTimestrip app today. It is compatible with most of our electronic indicators and can be used to generate data report PDF and CSVs to save and share.

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Timestrip neo
Electronic indicator with 3 temperatures
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Timestrip Plus 10C Graph

Due to the nature of liquids, higher temperatures reduce the viscosity of the liquid dye in Timestrip® PLUS. The correlated result is faster/shorter run-times (the progressing blue dye will reach each printed time-mark sooner than intended). So, if an 8ºC/46ºF indicator is exposed to 25ºC/77ºF for a consistent period then the blue dye will progress more quickly through the membrane than if it was exposed to 10ºC/50ºF for a consistent period. This graph shows the run-time acceleration of a 10ºC/50ºF Timestrip® PLUS at different elevated temperatures.nnThe y-axis represents the actual run-time of the liquid dye at different temperatures, and is expressed as a percentage of the specified run-out time at an isotherm of 12ºC/54ºF. So, at an isothermal temperature of 12ºC, the liquid dye will reach each time-marker (1, 2, 4, 8, hours etc) within these times +/-15% in time. However, if for example the product is exposed to an isotherm of 21ºC/70ºF the dye will reach each time marker within only 77% of the intended run-time. In other words, it will reach the;n

  • 1 hour time-marker within approximately 46 minutes (77% of 1 hour)
  • 2 hour time-marker within approximately 1.32 hours and so on.

At a less extreme temperature elevation, say 15ºC/59ºF the blue dye will reach each time-marker at 91% of the intended time.

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