Our comprehensive environmental monitoring solutions have been designed and manufactured in-house since 1990. Since then, we have been able to assist with protecting and preserving what matters most to our clients across multiple sectors; Pharmaceutical, Food, Hospitals, Laboratories, Heritage and many more.
Hanwell is part of Ellab, a global leader in thermal validation solutions for the pharmaceutical, medical and food processing industries.
Hanwell Solutions Ltd operates a Quality Management System which complies with the requirements of ISO 9001. For more information about our quality processes and certifications, see our website.
Why choose Hanwell Solutions Ltd?
We have an enviable reputation in wireless environmental monitoring and control. Our brands cover a wide range of parameters including temperature, humidity, CO2, LUX, airflow, and others whilst our ShockLog and ShockWatch brands cover tilt, shock, and vibration. We make it our business to understand our markets and our customers across the globe – from the Heritage sector to Heavy Industry via Food, Hospitals, and Pharmaceuticals.
Our systems are currently in use in an amazing array of applications from helping to preserve artefacts in The Royal Palaces and The Vatican to monitoring for damage during the transportation of power transformers around the world.
Our strength lies in our breadth of experience. We use it to react to the changes in legislation that can drive the needs of our customers and to respond to the advances in environmental monitoring technology that allow us to offer our customers a better and more effective way to achieve their business goals.
Based in Letchworth, Hertfordshire, our production runs range from small batches to thousands of units. For more information, visit hanwell.com or call 01462 688070.
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