Medical Device Temperature Monitoring

How it Works


#1 Activation

From the moment you require temperature monitoring of your medical devices, ATI solutions are at the ready and easy to apply. Our products provide a clear indication if your products have been exposed to excessive temperatures.



In the Lab — Monitoring Begins During Development

Temperature damage can have huge implications for the medical device industry, so ATI helps mitigate those risks with cost-effective, temperature monitoring solutions as early in the development and manufacturing process as needed.


#2 Transit

Our temperature indicators face harsh challenges while monitoring products during the shipping phase of the distribution process. We must create solutions that maintain accuracy while ensuring the durability and reliability to withstand the harshest of shipping and transport conditions.

On a Truck — The Right Monitoring Solutions for Your Product in Transit

As products are delivered from the warehouse or manufacturing facility, shipping and handling is often abrasive while potentially facing extreme temperatures. Our products are specified with industrial-strength materials and the latest in dependable technology to perform with consistent precision in the face of adverse environments.


#3 Warehousing

We understand that many warehouses see extreme temperatures while your goods sit in inventory over time. Our solutions actively monitor temperature as your medical devices are warehoused in a wide range of climates.

In the Warehouse — Guaranteed Protection During Storage

Our temperature solutions provide peace of mind that temperature-critical medical devices have been effectively monitored and provide a clear indication if they’ve been exposed to conditions beyond acceptable temperature ranges.

End Use

#4 End Use

We provide healthcare providers and patients alike comfort in knowing medical devices with temperature restrictions will function properly.

In the Hospital — Helping to Ensure Product Safety

With ATI, doctors and patients alike can focus on quality healthcare without concern of safety or quality issues from improper temperature exposure.