Temperature Indicator suits freeze sensitive supply chains.

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FreezeAlert(TM) temperature indicator is designed for protecting last mile distribution of freeze sensitive pharmaceutical products. Offering custom time and temperature alarm thresholds, unit enables users to tailor settings to specific requirements of their freeze sensitive products, reducing product risk and potential for false alarms. Compact device can be validated/calibrated to NIST traceable standards, and enables compliance with Good Cold Chain Management Practices (GCCMP).

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Sensitech Introduces FreezeAlert(TM) Temperature Indicator for Freeze Sensitive Pharmaceuticals

BEVERLY, Mass., Oct. 3 - Sensitech Inc., a global leader in cold chain visibility solutions, has introduced the FreezeAlert(TM) indicator, a validated temperature indicator for protecting the last mile distribution of freeze sensitive pharmaceutical products. The FreezeAlert indicator combines the reliability and accuracy of electronic temperature measurement in a compact and easy to use device designed specifically for freeze sensitive supply chains. Sensitech is a wholly owned subsidiary of Carrier Corp., which is a business unit of United Technologies Corp. (NYSE:UTX).

Global regulatory and standards based guidance documents, such as USP 1079, outline the need for the pharmaceutical industry to more closely monitor and manage risk in the last mile of the cold chain. Traditional products designed to meet this need provided ambiguous results and lacked validation. The new FreezeAlert indicator offers a more precise, easy to use and fully validated alternative.

"The new FreezeAlert temperature indicator is a welcome addition to our temperature indicator product line," said Jeff Hawkins, strategic marketing manager for Sensitech. "It expands our reach beyond the multi alarm TagAlert® indicator to freeze only applications that were historically served by chemical indicators. Our customers require temperature indicators that can be validated and calibrated to NIST traceable standards. Now we can provide this capability for cost competitive, single alarm freeze applications."

The FreezeAlert(TM) indicator offers custom time and temperature alarm thresholds, enabling customers to tailor settings to the specific requirements of their freeze sensitive products, reducing product risk and the potential for false alarms. The integrated LCD provides a simple user interface enabling immediate accept/reject decision making.

Sensitech's expanded family of electronic temperature devices helps to maintain and protect product quality and patient safety as well as enable compliance with Good Cold Chain Management Practices (GCCMP). Sensitech is working with global pharmaceutical leaders to reduce supply chain risk, deliver powerful insights and drive measurable process improvements.

About Sensitech Inc.

As the world's leading provider of cold chain visibility solutions, Sensitech enables global leaders in the food and pharmaceuticals industries to track and monitor assets across the supply chain and protect the integrity of temperature sensitive products. Sensitech is an ISO 9001:2000 company and is based in Beverly, Mass., with offices in Amsterdam, Calgary, Melbourne, Redmond and Santiago, as well as service and distribution offices around the world. Sensitech is a unit of Carrier Corp. For additional information, please call 978-927-7033 or visit www.sensitech.com.

About Carrier Corp.

Headquartered in Farmington, Conn., Carrier is the world's largest provider of heating, air-conditioning and refrigeration solutions. With 2006 revenues of $13.5 billion, Carrier has approximately 41,000 employees worldwide and operations in more than 170 countries. Carrier is part of United Technologies Corp., a Hartford, Connecticut-based provider of products and services to the aerospace and building systems industries worldwide. Visit www.carrier.com for more information.

Source: Sensitech Inc.

Susan Bonacci
Sensitech Inc.
sbonacci@sensitech.com Web site: www.sensitech.com/

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