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Temperature Thresholds

Different types of thresholds

In general, Flowtify allows you to define 4 types of thresholds:

  • Upper action limit
  • Upper warning limit
  • Lower warning limit
  • Lower action limit

How can I use thresholds?

An example:

Dairy products should ideally be stored at 2°C to 7°C. However, short-term storage at up to +10°C is acceptable. However, if 10°C is exceeded, the risk of bacteria formation increases above average.

You can use warning & intervention limits to define both a lower and an upper warning limit. In this case, the warning limit is: 1°C as lower and 9°C as upper. As action limit 0°C and 10°C could be defined.

Flowtify marks the warning range in yellow. There is no need for action in this area. The intervention zone is shown in red.

So you always have a direct eye on temperature deviations and know when there is a need for action.

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