Leader for automatic temperature monitoring

  • Analyze your needs
    When you are interested in monitoring and logging for your lab, to analyze your specific needs we usually ask two basic questions. Equipment list; what kind of equipment do you have and what do you want to monitor? Refrigerators, freezers, incubators … Temperatures, humidity, CO2 etc.. Floor plan; are your equipment clustered together or are they spread out in many different rooms, floors or even buildings. This affects the choice of infrastructure and if it should be wireless or wired sensors.
  • Proposition
    After the analysis - we will together with you - set up an offer. We will suggest the most sufficient log equipment, a cost optimized implementation and the most efficient installation. This can vary from a full-service installation by technicians from us or from our partners to your own personnel installing a pre-configured system having technical support and assistance from our experienced support technicians.
  • Project start
    Once we have agreed on the offer and made sure all prerequisites are in place - we start planning the specific dates, from order dates to roll-out. In preparation for the installation, you will together with us define your system’s organization, measuring points and alarms, users, and alarm configuration. As an optional service - we or our sales partners can offer qualification, IQ/OQ, to verify that everything is set-up according to your needs and specification.
  • Installation
    The physical installation, fitting of sensors inside your equipment, is usually smooth when all prerequisites and preparations have been made. Testing and verification of functionality. Once everything is in place it is time for your staff to have their system training.
  • Long-term partnership
    You have invested in an automatic system for continuous logging and quality assurance, it is important for us to make sure that your system is accessible, reliable and fully working, at all times. That is why we decided not only to sell our products, but also to engage into long-term license and support agreements (LCSS) with all our customers. LCSS is our partnership for as long as you use our products.

The quality assurance of laboratory work is becoming more important nowadays. The authorities also require temperatures to be measured and for measurement data to be traceable in accordance with good laboratory practice (GLP) and good manufacturing practice (GMP).

ICU is an IT company with about 20 employees, in Sweden, Serbia, Poland and India. ICU's customers is located in about 20 countries around the world. ICU as a relatively small company also has a relatively small climate footprint.

About Us

ICU Scandinavia AB is a privately-owned company that works in fields such as logging, monitoring and quality assurance. We sell automatic quality assurance systems for laboratories, cold storage facilities and food safety that meet the regulatory requirements for logging and documentation.





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