Tek Troniks looks for US distributors to expand international reach


Tek Troniks, a UK-based manufacturer, wholesaler and retailer of sophisticated monitoring and refrigeration control systems, is looking to partner with US foodservice equipment dealers.

The company would like to further develop within the US market and are actively seeking companies to build reseller and distributor opportunities with.

The manufacturer will be showcasing its new waste-reducing D3 temperature monitoring system at this year’s NAFEM Show.

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The D3 monitoring and alarm system is optimised for monitoring temperature, humidity, door contact and more. The 2.4Ghz system meets the radio power requirements for usage within US territory. 

With an increase in the demand for temperature alarm systems and data being at the pinnacle of importance, the D3 is said to be a suitable solution for monitoring requirements in the food and retail industry.

The D3 and was recently shortlisted for the Refrigeration Product of the Year award by a UK publication.

The systems range of sensors can monitor temperature from -200°C to 200°C as well as humidity and gas leak detection. Each sensor records data once every minute and automatically transmits the data to the touchscreen base station, which has the capacity to securely store data for up to 10 years.

Andrew Philpott, QA Manager at Chefsmate, who self-installed a D3 system, said: “We initially purchased the D3 monitoring system for BRC compliance and due to experiencing stock loss to a freezer failure.

“Shortly after installing the D3 system, our fresh produce fridge started to fail. If we didn’t have the D3 in place we wouldn’t have noticed the upward temperature trend and could have lost all stock, again. The system has paid for itself in just one incident.”

The team will be available on stand 3663 to discuss monitoring requirements and how the solution can improve temperature monitoring processes.    

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