About Tegam

At TEGAM, your measurement is as important to us as it is to you. Since 1979 we have explored ways to improve the science of measurement so that you can do your job more effectively. Our team has extensive experience in designing and producing high quality instruments. We take great pleasure in extending their capabilities and finding new ways to solve our customer’s problems. Collectively, we have travelled many paths and this is reflected in our product diversity. We offer the lowest uncertainty in RF and microwave power, the fastest micro-ohmmeters available and handheld thermometers designed to survive harsh conditions; just to indicate a few of our skills. We know that your measurement matters; otherwise you wouldn’t be making it. You deserve to get the best answer possible, and we can help with that.

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  • Measure, Monitor, Document

    Controlling Listeria monocytogenes Contamination Through Effective Time/Temperature Process Controls On January 13, 2017, the FDA released updated draft guidance for the food industry detailing its recommendations for controlling Listeria monocytogenes (“Listeria”) contamination in ready-to-eat (“RTE”) food products. The draft guidance provides food processing facilities a framework for minimizing Listeria contamination in their…

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  • The Devil is in the Details: The Important Distinctions Between HARPC and HACCP

    In 1989, the National Advisory Committee on Microbiological Criteria for Foods (NACMCF) published the first official HACCP document, standardizing the practice and presenting the seven principles of HACCP. At first glance, HARPC requirements may look quite similar to HACCP. According to the FDA Federal Regulations for implementing FSMA, the core…

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  • The Food Safety Modernization Act: It’s Time to Shift to a Proactive Stance in Your Food Manufacturing Facility

    The Origins of Food Safety Are Out of This World The principles of Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP) originated in the NASA space program. NASA wanted food that wouldn’t crumble and affect control systems and would be safe for astronaut consumption. They already mandated the use of Critical…

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