IP69K Achievement Unlocked! Nice 😉

ip69k-ik10-achieved

KegLink’s ingress protection rating was officially upgraded from IP67 to IP69K – the highest rating on the ingress protection (IP) scale! This is great news, assuring the ruggedness and longevity of our industrial design, but what does this mean in the grand scheme of things?

day-in-life-beer-keg
Kegs being rolled into a basement

As our highly scientific Venn diagram shows, IP69K and IK10 are nice, but KegLink was already designed to rise to these challenges and many more. Having received the official “thumbs up” we’ll declare “achievement unlocked” , but we’ll also continue to raise the bar, leading by example and working with brewers to know what’s important when it comes to tracking draught beer

For the uber compliance nerds in the crowd, IP69K covers AS 60529: 2004 and ISO 20653: 2013 and IK10 covers IEC/EN 62262:2002 and IEC/EN 60068.2.75:2014. For the rest of us, we can sleep easy knowing that our keg trackers will withstand any dust storm.

Read more about the KegLink asset tracking benefits at BinaryBeer.io.

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ip69k-ik10-achieved

KegLink’s ingress protection rating was officially upgraded from IP67 to IP69K – the highest rating on the ingress protection (IP) scale! This is great news, assuring the ruggedness and longevity of our industrial design, but what does this mean in the grand scheme of things?

day-in-life-beer-keg
Kegs being rolled into a basement

As our highly scientific Venn diagram shows, IP69K and IK10 are nice, but KegLink was already designed to rise to these challenges and many more. Having received the official “thumbs up” we’ll declare “achievement unlocked” , but we’ll also continue to raise the bar, leading by example and working with brewers to know what’s important when it comes to tracking draught beer

For the uber compliance nerds in the crowd, IP69K covers AS 60529: 2004 and ISO 20653: 2013 and IK10 covers IEC/EN 62262:2002 and IEC/EN 60068.2.75:2014. For the rest of us, we can sleep easy knowing that our keg trackers will withstand any dust storm.

Read more about the KegLink asset tracking benefits at BinaryBeer.io.