Flexibility all the way

Ter Beke-Pluma has recently installed Tempweb by Rmoni temperature monitoring systems in its quality control lab in Wommelgem and its production facilities in Herstal. “The system saves us a lot of time that used to be wasted on performing manual measurements and reading out data from loggers,” says Pieter Van Bruaene, quality manager at Ter Beke-Pluma. “The precision of the data also considerably enhances the credibility of our quality claims to regulatory agencies, clients, and consumers.”

Wireless means easy to install

Ter Beke - PlumaAbsence of cabling was certainly an important reason why we chose this system,” says Pieter Van Bruaene. “Installation of the wireless sensors is easy and requires no drilling in walls, ceilings, or refrigeration units. This is especially important in sensitive environments such as our quality control laboratories or our workplaces, where meat products are being handled.

Freedom to reorganize infrastructure anytime

The fact that it is wireless, means we can also easily reorganize our facilities. This enhances the flexibility of our infrastructure, and allows us to add new cooling units and incubators or reorganize the existing ones whenever we want. Probes, sensors, and routers are easily added, making the system very cost-efficient and very easy-to-use.

About Ter Beke - Pluma 

Ter Beke - PlumaTer Beke-Pluma is part of Ter Beke, an innovative Belgian fresh food group. The group sells its assortment of freshly processed meats and ready-made meals in ten European countries. Among its most well-known brands are L’Ardennaise® and Come a casa®. The group has nine plants in Belgium, the Netherlands, and France and employs approximately 1,800 people. In 2008, Ter Beke realized a turnover of 393 million EUR. Ter Beke is listed on Euronext Brussels.