Temtrol are located in George Town. Temtrol Technologies Pty Ltd is a Tasmanian owned and operated company formed in August 1998 with the merging of Temptrol Technologies and Tamar Electrical. The organisation employs approximately twenty two personnel and operates via three strategic business units: Electrical Contracting Temperature Sensor Manufacturing Instrumentation, Automation, and Safety Sales Electrical Contracting […]
Rollex Medical distribute Thermocrons and LogTags with their range of vaccine fridges. They were one of the first vaccine fridge distributors to understand the importance of an independent temperature logger.
New England Instruments are another regional distributor located in Tamworth.
IPA Controls have been a distributor from the first day they started. They provide consulting services as well as distributing our Thermocron and Logtag temperature loggers.
Instrument Choice believe in ‘Great Customer Service’ – In helping customers find what they need, providing choice along with support long after the products have left our store.
As their name implies, Graintec have a strong leaning towards grain testing, but when you visit their web site you quickly find general food testing, dairy testing, viniculture and brewing testing and mycotoxin testing. But trying to include all of that in their name would have been too challenging.
Foodcare are “Australia’s Food Safety and Hygiene Specialists” and distribute our Thermochron and Logtag temperature loggers.
ESIS provide a wide range of electronic solutions including our Thermocron and Logtag range of loggers.
ECE Fast is another of our original distributors. While their name, Electro-Chemical Engineering, shows their origins, they now have a very diverse product range. Once upon a time industrial applications were there core business, but now they can help anyone who is interested in any temperature (and pressure etc).
Cold Pack Products is a newer company with a range of products to keep items cold. The addition of temperature loggers to their range was a logical step. Not only can they keep your goods cold, they (or you) can prove it.