Shock recorders verify and register threshold triggered full-waveform events. In addition, some shock recorders also monitor other environmental conditions, such as temperature, humidity and pressure.
- Container Access
- Corrosion Prevention
- Humidity Monitoring
- Moisture Control
- Bulk Desiccant
- Custom Desiccant
- Desiccant Baskets
- Desiccant Breathers
- In-Line Desiccators
- Oxygen Absorbers
- Packaged Desiccant
- Shelter Static Dehumidifiers (SSDs)
- Moisture Purging
- Pressure Control
- Breather Valves
- Filtered Vents
- Immersion Proof Breathers
- Shelving & Straps
- Shock Monitoring
What are shock recorders and logs?
Shock recorders are typically electronic devices that record and log data about experienced impacts and vibrations. Additionally, such devices record data about temperature, relative humidity, atmospheric pressure, light, and orientation.
How do shock recorders work?
Shock recorders and data loggers make use of accelerometers that are capable of recording waveform events. Electronic in nature, these recorders are commonly battery operated. Additionally, shock recorders may link with GPS for location tracking. Ultimately, shock recorders offer many options and are versatile devices for providing data on the transport and handling of equipment.
Benefits Of Using Shock Recorders
There are many benefits to monitoring the shipped experience of your cargo and using a shock recorder. Below are just a few:
- Reduce product and cargo inspection times
- Help cut shipping and handling costs
- Shock recorders are reusable
Many defense supplier customers use our shock indicators during the transport of missiles and large electronics equipment. Shock indicators can also be used on sea shipments to indicate whether the cargo containers have experienced rough conditions on a level that would warrant an inspection.