Enhance Daily Operations with Efficient Refrigeration Monitoring

Set critical temperature ranges, receive automatic alerts when freezers stray from ideal levels, and empower your team to act proactively.

Maintain precise temperature with a Freezer Temperature Monitoring System

Safely store food, pharmaceutical products, and other temperature-sensitive goods with SafetyCulture Sensors. Our advanced refrigeration monitoring system provides you with round-the-clock visibility, ensuring the safety of your assets, equipment, and locations. Experience peace of mind knowing your sites are monitored in real-time and take action when necessary.

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Maintain quality standards of your goods

Stay proactive by promptly monitoring and identifying temperature fluctuations and potential issues in your operations. Uphold the highest standards when it comes to the quality of your products. Eliminate the risks of spoilage and deterioration, and consistently deliver top-notch products to your customers.

Control temperature efficiently

With a refrigeration temperature monitoring system, you can automate temperature audits and logs, providing you with real-time data collection 24/7. Our wireless temperature sensors ensure timely alerts are sent to personnel whenever the temperature of an asset or site exceeds your pre-set thresholds. Stay informed and take immediate action to maintain the best conditions for your valuable assets.

Purchase temperature data loggers directly from us

We offer market-leading refrigeration and freezer monitoring sensors that can be set up in minutes. These sensors will automatically link to the SafetyCulture platform, allowing you to not only monitor but record refrigeration temperatures. Providing you with a dependable historical data log stored in one secure location.

Connect your existing sensor solutions

Already tracking environmental conditions? Let’s make it meaningful. Register multiple refrigerator sensors to your account so you can get readings from different sites and areas simultaneously!  SafetyCulture Sensors let you oversee your team’s performance no matter where you are, and how many sites you operate.

Have your own sensors?

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Top Uses of Commercial Fridges in the Market

Discover the top uses of commercial fridges and how refrigeration monitoring helps maintain their ideal temperatures.

Food and Livestock

Commercial fridges are commonly used in fast-paced, high-volume environments such as restaurants, cafes, and food service establishments to store perishable ingredients including meats, vegetables, dairy products, and prepared food items. Fridges help maintain the freshness and quality of the food, prevent spoilage, and comply with food safety regulations.

Medical Settings

The right storage equipment plays a crucial role in running medical facilities, including hospitals, clinics, research laboratories, and pharmacies. Commercial fridges, equipped with high-quality features and the appropriate sensor solutions, enable facilities to maintain the optimal temperatures required to safely store items such as vaccines, medicines, and laboratory chemicals, among others.

Industrial Facilities

Commercial fridges, paired with the right monitoring sensors, empower businesses to meet the cold storage needs of industrial settings such as manufacturing facilities, warehouses, and processing plants. Fridges that are used for industrial refrigeration are built to withstand demanding environments, provide ample storage space, and offer precise temperature control to ensure the safe preservation of perishable goods.

Why our customers choose SafetyCulture Sensors

Easy to get started

Our self-installation guide makes it easy for you to install the hardware and setup simple reporting and alerting via mobile – without having to pay for professional services.

Cost effective

A small monthly fee covers the cost of connecting sensors to the SafetyCulture platform, making them a cost-effective solution compared to manual checks.


Our sensors are durable, have strong signals over long distances, and can penetrate concrete floors, cool room walls, and most other obstacles.

See how others are getting value from SafetyCulture’s Monitoring Sensors

Food Safety

See how the meal kit distributor protects $200,000 to $300,000 worth of food daily and uses data insights to reduce the risk for both their customers and the company.

“We have visibility into everything because of the data we capture in SafetyCulture platform. If there’s a threshold exception or process that needs improving, all we have to do is drill down and we’ll find it.”

Sofia Dias
Food Safety & Quality Assurance Manager - Marley Spoon
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See how we’ve helped The Dinner Ladies to improve their operations, get real-time alerts and reduce the risk of waste in their state-of-the-art cool rooms.

“[Working with SafetyCulture] means we can up production and make the quality of our food better so we don’t have to spend so much time chasing paper.”

Katherine Westwood
Co-Owner - The Dinner Ladies
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With the SafetyCulture sensors and SafetyCulture solution, SpaMedica was able to monitor outages and temperature changes, across all their hospitals, eliminating the risk of losing more than £50,000 worth of medication.

“The reliability is definitely a factor. Plus, there is no I.T. support required for this… it really helps take the weight off the shoulders of all our teams. It’s also great for auditing purposes when we get inspected by official governing bodies.”

Austin Hankinson
Fleet and Facilities Assistant - SpaMedica

FAQs about Refrigeration Monitoring

A refrigeration temperature monitoring system is a software or program designed to streamline temperature audits through automation. It eliminates the need for manual temperature readings and continuous monitoring through automatic temperature checking and logging. Systems such as these are invaluable to businesses that need to maintain sites, equipment, and assets at optimal temperatures as failing to do so could incur significant losses.

Some of the ways to track refrigerator temperatures are through built-in temperature displays, external thermometers, wireless temperature monitoring systems, data loggers, and smart refrigeration monitoring. It is also essential to place temperature monitoring devices in different locations inside the fridge and freezer to ensure accurate readings.

Yes, refrigerators—especially in industrial and commercial settings—need to be monitored regularly. Depending on the manufacturing guidelines and the specific needs for the goods being stored, it is best to take note of refrigerator temperatures at regular intervals, whether daily, or a few times a week. To ensure safe cold storage of items, however, you have the option of continuous monitoring through newer and advanced temperature monitoring systems available in the market.

High-quality sensors that are properly calibrated and maintained tend to provide accurate and reliable measurements. However, it is important to note that no sensor is entirely free from potential errors or limitations. To ensure accuracy and reliability, it is recommended to select reputable sensor manufacturers, follow proper installation procedures, perform regular calibrations, and conduct routine maintenance checks.

With the help of smart and wireless sensors, yes, you can monitor your refrigerator temperatures remotely. These sensors send temperature readings directly to your mobile device and notify you and your team when conditions deviate from ideal circumstances—thus, providing you with increased visibility wherever you are.

Yes, you can monitor your refrigerator temperature wirelessly using various devices and new technologies. With no wires needed, it is easier to track fridge temperatures, 24/7 and from anywhere. Computer-accurate wireless sensors also ensure that your data is unbiased and free from human error.

Our sensors provide more than just automatic temperature readings. It serves as an alarm system to alert personnel in real-time when temperature levels breach optimal settings; protecting your business from avoidable losses and non-compliance with internal and external safety and quality standards. It is designed to make collaboration between teams and personnel easy through the assignment of Actions; cutting the lag time between issue identification and resolution. Finally, it serves as a secure central hub for your data, with filters that make it easy for authorized personnel to find the information they need, whenever they need it. Ensure the safety of your sites and assets and protect your operation from non-compliance with SafetyCulture’s Refrigeration Temperature Monitoring System.

Once you’ve connected your sensors to SafetyCulture, 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 whenever they go outside this range. From there, you can quickly set up a corrective action within SafetyCulture, 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.

Nope, you can bring your data into SafetyCulture without any additional charges to your SafetyCulture subscription. This means that your whole team can see the data that’s coming in, access historical data, receive alerts, and create and close out actions if conditions go out of your set range.

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

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