SafetyCulture Summit 2020

What is a Hot & Cold Temperature Logger?

A hot & cold temperature logger is a software or program designed to record temperature readings for food or food products in hot & cold holding. It is an essential asset for businesses in the food industry as they need to ensure that food is kept in optimal hot or cold temperatures to prevent pathogen growth and keep them safe for consumption.


Top 3 Benefits of Having a Hot & Cold Temperature Logger

  • Easy to set-up and maintain
    You don’t need an entire team to get your iAuditor wireless sensors working. You can easily set it up by yourself in just a few minutes. 

  • Automatic data compilation with unlimited storage capacity
    Hot and cold holding temperature logs are automatically saved to your iAuditor account for easy reference. You can register multiple sensors to your account so you can get readings from different sites and areas simultaneously. With unlimited cloud storage, you will never miss important data. Search filters make it easier for you to perform checks and gain useful insights from your database.

  • Guarantee food safety compliance
    The iAuditor app and Hot and Cold Holding Temperature Logger helps you adhere to both internal food safety standards such as HACCP and OSHA food safety requirements. OSHA violations can result in hefty fines, suspensions, and in worse cases, business closure. By automating temperature checks, monitoring, and logging, human error ceases to be an issue. Ensure the highest standards of food safety compliance with iAuditor and protect your company from liability risk.

Why iAuditor Sensors

The iAuditor app and Hot and Cold Holding Temperature Logger helps you adhere to both internal food safety standards such as HACCP and OSHA food safety requirements. OSHA violations can result in hefty fines, suspensions, and in worse cases, business closure. By automating temperature checks, monitoring, and logging, human error ceases to be an issue. Ensure the highest standards of food safety compliance with iAuditor and protect your company from liability risk.


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See how others are getting value from the iAuditor temperature monitoring system

Marley Spoon – Building a data driven food safety and inspection operation
“We have visibility into everything we do because of the data we capture using iAuditor. If there’s a threshold exception or a process that needs to be improved, all we have to do is drill down, and we’ll find it.”

- Sofia Dias, Food Safety & Quality Assurance Manager

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Waldorf Astoria
"What we’re doing is we’re closing that gap of ‘I think’. It’s ‘I’ve photographed, I have a report, we all talk the same language, so how do we resolve this and go forward?"

- Kelly Vos, General Manager at Waldorf Astoria Boca Raton

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Burt Brothers Tire & Mechanic
“When I get a report, I want to know what I have to fix and where. I need immediate feedback so I can be proactive about potential problems. iAuditor gives us that real-time information we need.”

- Brandon Burt, General Manager with Burt Brothers

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Level 10 Construction
“Our superintendents and foremen are able to track the progress of the day. And it all sits in the iAuditor database.”

- Conrad Banez, Certified Health and Safety Technologist

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Valley Leisure Fitness Center
"iAuditor has helped us massively. Now we can carry mobile devices, conduct checks, then include detailed reports and photos. We create PDF reports and share them with the team or save them onto our systems."

- Dan Flippance, Assistant Manager for Operations

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FAQ

Once you’ve connected your sensors or local weather data to iAuditor, you can continuously monitor and maintain your conditions without lifting a finger. Tell us what range conditions need to stay in, and we’ll alert you any time that they go outside this range. From there, you can quickly set up a corrective action within iAuditor, assign it to the right person, and keep track of it until it’s closed out. You’ll also have a complete historical log of data, in case you ever need to check that conditions were met during a certain period, or want to track trends in your conditions.

Only if you want them to. As the admin, you can control which sensors get added, what alerts are set up, and who else is able to make these changes.

We’re working hard to support as many types of sensors as possible! We want to make the most of any data that is important to you. If you’ve already got an internet-connected sensor solution installed and you just want to bring the data into iAuditor, let’s have a chat. No promises, but we’ll do our best to make it happen.

It depends. If you’ve already got sensors and you just want the data to feed into iAuditor, then there’s no added cost! We only charge for any hardware that you buy directly from us, and the ongoing costs associated with running them. See our iAuditor sensors page to learn more about the hardware solutions we offer.

Always maintain optimal food temperatures

Streamline your hot and cold holding practices with wireless temperature sensors, real-time alerts, and custom corrective actions.

Automatic temperature readings and updates

iAuditor’s wireless temperature sensors perform automatic temperature readings to keep personnel updated on the status of foods in hot and cold holding. Ensure that food temperatures do not exceed thresholds to prevent pathogen growth and keep food safe for consumption.

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Reduce lag time between incidents and responses

Alerts are automatically sent in real-time via the iAuditor app, SMS, or email whenever temperature thresholds are breached. The sooner you know about an issue, the faster you can resolve it.

Learn more about sensor alert setup

Customize corrective actions and get the right work done

Aside from real-time alerts, you can customize the corrective action assignments that are automatically sent out to personnel whenever certain trigger conditions are met. Clear direction ensures that the root of the issues are addressed instead of their symptoms.

Learn more about corrective actions here