Vaccine Temperature

Do you know your vaccine temperature?

Temperature loggers simplify the monitoring of your vaccines. Here are some models that we recommend.

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Is vaccine temperature important?

Vaccine storage isn’t hard, you just need to ensure your vaccine temperature is between 2°C and 8°C, or they will be damaged or destroyed. Here’s why:

Above 8°C

Above 8°C and vaccines start to perish, and will experience a greatly reduced shelf life. The higher the temperature the faster the decay.

Strive For Five

5°C is the ideal temperature to be aiming to store vaccines... right in the middle of the 8°C and 2°C zone.

Below 2°C

If a vaccine freezes, it will die. That is, it will become completely ineffective. 2° provides a safety zone.

Download & Print the free Fact Poster

This FREE combo poster/fact sheet is the ideal way to train staff and remind them of the importance of correct vaccine temperatures.


Why Use Vaccine Fridges?

Fan Forced

Ensures an even vaccine temperature distribution so there are no hot or cold spots

Computer Controlled

Smarter control of the vaccine temperature ensures it doesn’t get too cold. Other fridges use a timer, and that's potentially very bad.


Audible alarms notify nearby staff as soon as there is a problem. This is your BEST protection possible.


An external display allows staff to know what is happening inside the fridge

Want Peace of Mind?

Never stress or worry again about whether your vaccines are safe. By using the right temperature logger, you can protect your reputation and your vaccines.

Fridge Failure

If your fridge fails, you need to know when the problem started and how bad it was. This is the difference between keeping and disposing of stock

Power Failure

Your fridge can’t notify you if it is off, but an independent temperature logger knows what is going on

'Policing the police'

The biggest issue, however, is 'how do you know if the fridge is actually measuring the correct temperature?' The simplest way is to have an independent temperature monitoring device in the fridge.

Do you want the Ultimate Protection?

Remote Monitoring

Some temperature loggers send the results off site so you can access them any where- at work, at home, at the beach.

Remote Alarms

When something goes wrong be notified immediately so you can fix it before it becomes a problem.

Fully Automated

Save staff time by having a fully automated system.

Act Now

Never take a manual vaccine temperature recording again! With a temperature logger, you can set and forget. Get instant notifications whenever something goes wrong, and then take immediate action to fix the problem. Too many people contact us AFTER the problem and have thrown out thousands of dollars of stock, and even worse, can’t sell new stock until they have validated their fridge. The time to act is NOW, before a problem occurs.

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Who Uses Temperature Loggers?

Vaccine Temperature Loggers are used all around Australia – in fact, the Thermocron Temperature Logger range is used by the Pharmacy Guild of Australia to audit their members’ vaccine fridges. They were also installed in the majority of GPs when the New Zealand government supplied all GPs with a vaccine fridge.

Popular Products

Buy Vaccine Temperature Logger: TempCheck Wireless Temperature Sensor and Logger


Wireless Temperature Loggers and Sensors

  • Alarms straight to your phone
  • Free iOS and Android Apps
  • Easy Setup
  • No ongoing software fees
  • Starting at $77.00

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Tempod Temperature Logger


Small, afforable, hassle-free setup

  • Built-in USB connector
  • Generate Encrypted PDFs - no software required
  • Ideal for vaccine transportation
  • EN12830, RTCA and DO-160G compliance
  • Starting at $30

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Need Some Advice on Vaccine Temperature?

Talk to one of our friendly experts. With over 15 years of experience with temperature logging, our staff know how to provide you with the right solution for your Vaccine Storage temperature logging needs.

You may also be interested in our blog, or our page on storing vaccines and on vaccine fridges.