Tag Archives: Ovens

Ask me a temperature related question…

Not your usual blog post title I know. Rather than telling you something, I’m asking if there’s anything you want to know. Do I hear you say “¿Qué”? Well maybe not… Unless you’re Spanish or doing an impersonation of Manuel from Fawlty … Continue reading

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I did NOT stab anyone with a Meat Thermometer

I wouldn’t want people to think that I was in any way vain but whilst Googling “Thermometer Guy” (don’t laugh – we’ve all Googled our name haven’t  we? No, just me then!) I came across this article in the US press:  “Up … Continue reading

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Measuring Food Temperature with a Digital Thermometer

Typically, digital thermometers are easy to use and quick to respond. They generally consist of a probe, a display and an electronic means of converting the data received from the probe detector into a displayed reading. However, despite being easy … Continue reading

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What is an Infrared Thermometer?

Infrared thermometers are non-contact thermometers. They measure the temperature of objects via their thermal radiation (typically infrared). Based on the amount of infrared energy being emitted by an object and its emissivity (see below), the object’s temperature can be determined. … Continue reading

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