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Temperature Mapping ReportLOCATION :

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Table of ContentsIntroduction ................................................................................................................................ 3 Area Layout ............................................................................................................................... 4 Executive Summary ................................................................................................................... 5 Overview ................................................................................................................................ 5 Objective ................................................................................................................................ 5 Process ....................................................................................................................................... 6 TempTale4 ................................................................................................................................. 7 Targeted Temperature Limits ................................................................................................ 7 Results Multi Graph ................................................................................................................ 8 Specific Location Details ........................................................................................................... 9 Mean Kinetic Temperature .................................................................................................... 9 Recommendations .................................................................................................................... 10

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IntroductionPrepared for: Life Sciences Company Date: January 26th, 2010 This report provides detailed information about the temperature mapping in which data was collected for the winter season between January 1st and January 15th, 2010. It includes these major sections: Executive Summary Logical Freight Solutions high level overview of the mapping period. Temperature Results - The temperature results summarized and organised according to location and placement level in the facility. Multi-Graph and Summary Statistics - Graphical and tabular data used to analyse the results and prepare this report. There is a map of the area on page ? to use as a reference: Put in location of area mapped.

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Area LayoutInsert diagram of area mapped

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Executive SummaryOverviewLogical Freight Solutions conducted a temperature mapping study from January 1st to January 15th, 2010. TempTale4 (TempTale) monitors were placed throughout the designated area and recorded temperature levels for 14 days at 15 minute intervals. A total of 20 TempTale4 temperature monitors were placed in and around the area on Friday, January 1st. All 10 TempTales were recovered and are included in this report. The data has been downloaded, analysed, and is used in this report to identify temperature levels outside of the specified limits of 20C to 25C.

ObjectiveThe objectives of the study were to: Create a 14-day facility thermal map for the Life Sciences Company in areas where product will be stored. Characterise temperature variation from location-to-location within the mapped area. Identify areas of the facility that are above or below the specified temperature range of 15C to 25C. Provide data that enables Logical Freight Solutions to determine if the current thermostat locations are appropriate and/or determine the ideal temporary placement of stationary temperature recorders.

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ProcessA total of 100 TempTales were placed outside and inside the facility as seen in the Beverly, MA Placement Diagram on page 6. All of the 10 monitors placed were recovered and are included in this report. The TempTales began recording data on Friday, January 1st and continued recording temperatures at an interval of 10.5 minutes for 14 days.

Area

Low level

Medium level

High level

Total

TempTales placed at low levels were located on the bottom level of product shelving. TempTales placed at high levels were located on the top shelf. Monitors placed at other were located between the bottom and top shelf, depending on shelving configuration. No loggers were placed at a location higher than that at which product is stored. The TempTales were stopped on January 15th, 2010. They were then collected and downloaded into the TempTale Manager Desktop Software All temperature data was then analysed and is presented in this report.

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TempTale4

Start Button

Stop Button

Serial number

Targeted Temperature LimitsMinimum Maximum

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Results Multi GraphInsert graphs from Temp Tale desk Top Software.

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Specific Location DetailsPopulate Table with individual logger results

Mean Kinetic TemperatureMean Kinetic Temperature (MKT) is defined as: the single calculated temperature at which the total amount of degradation over a particular period is equal to the sum of the individual degradations that would occur at various temperatures. Thus, MKT may be considered as an isothermal storage temperature that simulates the non-isothermal effects of storage temperature variation. It is not a simple arithmetic mean. MKT is calculated from temperatures in a storage facility. MKT is calculated by the following equation (derived from the Arrhenius equation):

MKT is a measure of positive deviation from a mean value. Therefore it should hold less weight in a situation where the lower temperature limit is challenged.

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RecommendationsInsert recommendations resulting from analysis of data.

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