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Accurate food temperature monitoring

22 September 2010

Testo has launched a compact, light, easy to use folding thermometer, designed for the food industry

The Testo 103 and 104 folding thermometers are strong, light, hygienic and easy to use, making them suited to quality assurance and production in the food sector.

The thermometers will record measurements as soon as they have been opened to an angle of 30° or more. Once the measurement has been taken, the probe can be folded away and the thermometer stored until next required.

The Testo 103 and 104 thermometers are HACCP and EN 13485 compliant.

Testo 103 Folding Thermometer: The Testo 103 is just 11cm long and features a slim, yet robust probe. The thermometer has a white ABS hygiene-friendly housing. The instrument’s simplicity and convenient pocket size make it ideal for everyday use.

Testo 104 Water-Tight Folding Thermometer: Thanks to its IP65 protection class, the Testo 104 folding thermometer can be cleaned under running water and used in any condition.

Its strong, metal, folding hinge and long, stable probe make it particularly suited to taking core temperature measurements in large and solid products, such as meat or cheese. In addition, the Testo 104 features automatic, final value, recognition and storage of minimum/maximum values.

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