CelsiusChecker

CelsiusChecker

非侵入性温度测量

CelsiusChecker

non-invasive temperature measurement

CelsiusChecker

使用食品质量控制的标准方法,每年产生超过2000 吨废物。 
了解使用 Cerulean 的测量冷藏和冷冻食品真实温度的创新解决方案 CelsiusChecker 如何节省食品、包装和资金。

为什么要扔掉食品?

了解为什么 CelsiusChecker 比使用金属探针的传统食品质量控制方法更准确、更可持续。

使用 CelsiusChecker 时,可将食品放在机器内部,而不会损坏包装。产品温度仅需几秒钟即可显示。温度符合标准之后,就可以将食品放到超市货架上了。

当金属探头插入食品样品时,必须从包装中取出样品,并在检测后将其丢弃。这不仅降低了效率,增加了成本,而且还造成了包装和产品的浪费。

保护环境
节省食品
节省金钱
CelsiusChecker range

零浪费方法

CelsiusChecker 可减少冷藏和冷冻食品部门的加工食品浪费和工厂成本,同时可提高绩效。具有可观的投资回报,可通过消除产品和包装浪费以及避免错误地拒收产品来节省成本。

在食品加工环境中部署 CelsiusChecker 可实现多个目标:

● 节省资金:每年节省大量成本。
●    节省时间:更快的测量速度。
●    节省食品或包装:检测过的产品可供销售

工作原理

CelsiusChecker 提供一种快速、准确的无损、无创的温度测量方法,不会损坏外包装或产品本身。CelsiusChecker 可大幅减少您的浪费,提高产量和利润。

使用微波原理温度计进行测量,该温度计报告的是产品的平衡温度,而不是产品的表面或中心温度。由于测量不依赖于探头的位置,因此可以产生一致的读数,从而不会无意中遗漏任何热点或冷点。

产品系列

CelsiusChecker 系列产品可提供业内最快的结果,对操作人员额技能要求最低并且可节省可观的成本。 
此外,CelsiusChecker 符合欧洲 HACCP 食品卫生合规认证,因此,该系列产品是任何全面食品安全审核计划的理想之选。

选择适合您业务需求的产品:有 20、40 或 90 升容量的型号可供选择。
查看产品页面上的所有详情。如需了解更多信息,请与我们联系。

欲了解更多有关 CelsuisChecker 的信息以及您可以节省的成本,请与我们我联系。

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PRIVACY POLICY UNDER ART. 13 OF EU REGULATION 2016/679 (GDPR)

1. General provisions

1.1 Introduction. Coesia S.p.A. (“Company”) is the holding company of an industrial group made up of several entities operating internationally (“Coesia Group’ Companies”), including, in particular, the Coesia companies listed on the website as hereby defined. Company, in accordance with the Coesia Group commitment to international compliance with data protection laws, is accordingly committed to protecting personal data collected through the “Contact us” form of the Coesia Group Companies’ websites (“Website”), according to any national legislation in force on personal data protection (“National Data Protection Laws”) and the EU General Data Protection Regulation 2016/679 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data and repealing the Directive 95/46/EC (“GDPR”). This Privacy Policy explains how information and data identifying individuals (“Personal Data”) received by Coesia Group’ Companies through their Websites are processed.

1.2 Joint-Controller. Coesia S.p.a. and its worldwide affiliates (“Coesia Group”), act as joint-controllers under art. 26 of GDPR of the personal data that you decide to provide us through the website.

1.3 Amendments. Coesia Group reserves the right to amend and update the Privacy Policy because of any further new or revised provisions of any national and EU laws and regulations on personal data protection. Any new release of the Privacy Policy shall be published on the Website as a replacement of the previous version and shall be valid and enforceable from the publication date, unless otherwise specified.

1.4 Applicable rules. Coesia Group processes Personal Data in accordance with: (i) provisions of National Data Protection Laws in force as of the date of the Privacy Policy; (ii) provisions of the GDPR and, in particular, with the principles set forth in the same, such as, inter alia, lawfulness, fairness and transparency, purpose limitation, data adequacy and minimisation, accountability, accuracy, and – prior to any processing activity – the principles of privacy by design and privacy by default; (iii) guidelines and decisions issued by the competent supervisory authority (“Supervisory Authority”).

2. Data subjects and scope of application

2.1 Data subjects. Coesia Group processing activities relate to any individual who decides to fill in the “Contact us” form on the Websites. For the purposes of this Privacy Policy, these persons are to be intended as Data Subjects, as defined in the National Data Protection Laws and in the GDPR.

2.2 Scope of application. The Privacy Policy shall be applicable to Data Subjects, provided that Coesia Group’ Companies, in their capacity as Joint-Controller, are only liable for the processing of Personal Data, which are under its own powers, duties and liabilities.

3. Types and source of processed Personal Data

3.1 Source. Coesia Group processes the Data Subjects’ Personal Data – as hereinafter specified – provided directly by the Data Subjects through the “Contact us” form of the Websites.

3.2 Identification data. Coesia Group processes Data Subjects’ Personal Data, that consist of your identification data (such as, for example, name, surname, company, e-mail address, citizenship, city, phone number ecc.). Furthermore, Coesia Group will process all information – which however shall only include – if any - common personal data - that you will decide to provide us through the “Message” field in the “Contact us” form on the Websites.

4. Legal basis for and purposes of processing the Personal Data. Period of data retention

4.1 Legal basis. The legal basis for the processing of Personal Data is: (i) the execution of a contract or pre-contractual steps to be taken at the request of Data Subjects prior to entering into a contract about purpose under art. 4.2 A); (ii) the consent given by Data Subjects to the processing of their Personal Data; (iii) Legitimate Interest about purpose under art. 4.2 C).

4.2 Purposes. Coesia Group processes Personal Data for the following purposes, as specified in the table here in below, in which is furthermore highlighted (a) if an express consent to processing of Personal Data is needed (or not ) as well as (b) the period of data retention:

Purposes

Consent

Data retention

A) Processing of personal data in order to reply to queries concerning the company activities

Not required

Until the purpose is achieved

B)    Processing of personal data in order to send newsletters, promotional and advertising and/or other materials for marketing communication purposes by Coesia Group’s companies

Required

Until the withdrawal of consent or until a denial has been communicated

C)    
Processing of personal data in order to send to customers email marketing communications, concerning Coesia Group’s services or products similar to those already supplied, by virtue of previous business relationship (“soft spam”), unless a communication to refuse or unsubscribe from marketing (“opt out”) has been made by said customers, according to applicable laws.

Not required

Until the “opt out” has been communicated

4.3 Optional/Mandatory supply of Personal Data. Subject to what specified above, the provision of Personal Data is optional and free. However, failure to provide Personal Data may prevent Data Subjects from receiving communications and/or replies to their queries concerning the company activities.

5. Persons in charge of the processing and processors

5.1 Persons in charge of the processing. As specified above, Coesia Group processes Personal Data collected from the Data Subject through the Websites. Directors, shareholders and independent collaborators (independently from the contractual relationship concerned) of the Coesia Group may process Personal Data in their capacity as persons in charge of the processing, according to National Data Protection Laws and to art. 29 of the GDPR. The persons in charge of the processing are duly trained and empowered to allow access to Personal Data according to the Privacy Policy and subject to their tasks being performed and assignments.

5.2 Processors. The Coesia Group may designate as processors entities/individuals for the purposes described above. The complete list of all processors may be required by Data Subjects to the Coesia Group, by sending an email to the email address cpo@coesia.com.

6. Method of processing, storage of Personal Data and security measures

6.1 Methods of processing. The Personal Data of Data Subjects are processed almost exclusively through automated procedures, by using computerized systems and softwares or, in a limited number of cases, through manual means (e.g. on paper), provided however that in any event such Personal Data are processed adopting methods which are strictly related to the purposes for which such data have been collected and anyway to ensure their security, in accordance with the GDPR and the National Data Protection Laws.

6.2 Place of automated data processing. Processing of Personal Data is made by the Coesia Group as joint-controllers and/or – if appointed – by the processors. Personal Data are stored in the head offices of the Coesia Group’s companies where the physical servers are and in some cases on servers of third parties, which provide cloud services to allow storage of Personal Data.

6.3 Transfer of Personal Data. Personal Data may be transferred in order to achieve the purposes described above to Coesia Group acting as joint-controllers, whether they are located in EU or in third countries outside the EU, provided however that in the latter case, the transfer of Personal Data as above specified shall be made subject to the Coesia Group’s assessment of full compliance with the provisions of chapter V of the GDPR and in particular with article 49.1 B).

6.4 Dissemination of Personal Data. Personal Data will not be disseminated.

7. Data Subjects’ rights

7.1 Rights. Data Subjects, when they are individual/natural persons, may directly address to the Company or the processor/s designated by the same in order to enforce their rights according to provisions of National Data Protection Laws and to the GDPR (articles 15 and subsequent articles), and, in particular, to have access to their own Personal Data, obtain updating and rectification or erasure of the same, restriction of processing, as well as obtain data portability by sending an email to the email address privacy@coesia.com or, with specific regard to the newsletter, by clicking the “unsubscribe” button or following the instructions published on the Website.

7.2 Right to object. With the same procedures described above, Data Subjects may object, in whole or in part, to the processing of Personal Data concerning them, where the relevant legal basis is constituted by the legitimate interests of Coesia Group, pursuant to and with the effects provided for by Article 21 of the GDPR, having regard in particular to direct marketing.

7.3 Complaint. The above notwithstanding, according to article 77 of the GDPR, Data Subjects, when they are individual/natural persons, may lodge a complaint with the competent Supervisory Authority, in order to enforce their rights, as specified above.

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