All businesses that involve a production process of some sort are required to maintain and track calibration of equipment that is expensive yet highly essential for the manufacturing process.
When related calibration procedures are not performed correctly, that could result in significant downtime due to halts in production processes. Here at Harrington Group International, we have recognized the need of a Calibration Tracking Software and have provided just that so that you do not have to face any more such issues in the future.
Our Calibration Tracking Software, Calibration Recall has been designed to maintain all the records of tools and equipment involved in the production process. In today’s digitalized world, there is no need for you to maintain records using old paper-based methods, and even if you manage to do so, there is an enormous risk of misplacing important documents and not being able to retrieve them as and when needed.
Our Calibration Recall has provided the answer to that. Users of our Calibration Tracking Software are able to maintain records of tool details, custodians, calibration dates, upcoming calibrations, and calibration notes. It’s not just that. The software has been designed to facilitate end-users to schedule calibrations when needed and also to be able to inform custodians about upcoming calibrations.
The software acts as a centralized system and encourages proper planning and scheduling. Therefore, businesses can ensure that their production activities are not interrupted due to calibrations of tools and equipment. Users have the ability to schedule calibrations for off-peak periods and such.
Moreover, it doesn’t just help avoid downtime; it improves the confidence of the business about the accuracy of calibrated equipment. In addition to that, tools that are out of tolerance can be recognized beforehand and if not affected products that will end up being defective can be detected. It helps you assess your risk and handle it accordingly.
50% of hospital keyboards are tested positive for pathogens presence, and 25% of them were positive for super germ MRSA prevalence in the USA. This issue has occurred because the regular PC keyboards have become the habitat of microorganisms which spread infections and several other diseases by the continues touching. The hospital staff is recommended to go through hand hygiene as a regular habit, and this has contributed to minimizing the cross-contamination infections. It is evident the clean hands cannot guarantee an ultimate result; this requires more affection. The seal shield antimicrobial keyboard is a self-designed solution to decrease the active presence percentage of pathogenic microorganisms and other microbes in hospital keyboards.
First, we’ll define the word antimicrobial protection. The antimicrobial protection is killing or destroying the hazardous microbes like bacteria, viruses, fungi, and protozoa and stopping their growth. This is common for a human body or a particular device which subjected to antimicrobial protection. The seal shield antimicrobial keyboard has an antimicrobial additive, and it has all the qualifications that activate against the germs and inhibits their growth of the entire lifespan of the keyboard. (unless the additive is not damaged). Usually, this additive is infused to the keyboard while it is compounding in the factory.
The seal shield antimicrobial keyboard is named after a germ-resistant keyboard as it protects the product not only against the germs also the dust, mold, debris, and mildew. The lodging of dust and debris unceasingly for a longer duration will result in generating breeding grounds for pathogens. So, it is a cost and time effective solution to stop their entering at the first place rather than cleaning.
Also, the seal shield team is capable of implementing silver seal protection to the products as regular keyboards by going through a five step process of antimicrobial solution which includes engineering support, on-site checking, antimicrobial lab testing, factory supervision, and regulatory compliance.
An average person washes his or her hand 20 times a day as the social behavior study analysists states. But when it comes to a restaurant, a hotel, hospital, or a medical clinic the staff members are intended to wash hands even more than the average rate. But still, the dirty hands are the primary agents of infection disease transmittance even after going through an enough hand hygiene. The main cause of this issue is the impurity of hand held devices like mobile phones, remote controls, etc. So, now it is the time to regulate mandatory equipment cleaning other than hand cleanliness. But again the issue begins with the device damaging by water intrusion while washing and sterilizing them. Then, the requirement of waterproof electronic devices is maximizing on a daily basis. Usage of temporary precautions as covers, waterproof seal painting won’t work as durable solutions where a dynamic working environment cannot commit time on re-applying the solutions. Those short term solutions are disrupting the normal work agenda, consumes a lot of valuable human working hours and in the meantime, it costs more to the authentic company or enterprise.
The remote control is one such hand held device which gets often polluted due to touching. Also, without a proper cleaning, these remote controls unknowingly support the colonies of harmful microbes which results in deadly diseases for humans. The seal shield waterproof remote control is a perfect solution for the all pre-defined issues. This remote control has an inbuilt waterproof structure which supports for full submersion, automatic dishwashers, half sinking, water flows, wiping, and spraying. Not even for the water, also this waterproof remote control is designed to resist the hospital grade, antimicrobial disinfectant cleaning as well. This cleaning process directly sterilizes the remote control by destroying all the viruses, bacteria, protozoa, etc. So, the conclusions say that the seal shield waterproof remote control is compatible with any abuse surrounding and still protects the device from being a germ transmitting agent.