Tag Archives: Probes

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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Testing Thermometer Accuracy (aka Calibration)

A thermometer’s accuracy is vital if the temperature readings it produces are to be relied upon. For this reason calibration, or the regular checking of a thermometer’s accuracy, should always be incorporated into any relevant business safety system. The type … 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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