Prolonged exposure of products or raw materials to certain environmental conditions may result in damage and less of money. For instance, high temperature can change the product’s properties or shorten its shelf-life. For this reason, it is important to closely monitor the environment in storage facilities and transport containers. It is necessary to consider temperature uniformity inside a warehouse that stores sensitive products. High ceiling storage areas may have gradients of 10C and more between two measuring points. Therefore, temperature measurements at one or two points will not always reflect the conditions to which all products are exposed to. This is also true for relative humidity, since it is highly influenced by temperature.
Thermal mapping provides information that helps determining the space in which products can be safely stored. Also, the results may be used to determine the ideal positions for fixed sensors. Mapping is required after building a new warehose or significantly changing its structure or HVAC system.
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