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A fresh approach to thermometers

28 March 2011

Freshcut Foods in Nottingham is a leading name in the UK for bespoke food solutions and for supplying high-care raw, roasted, grilled and blanched vegetables, fruit and carbohydrate products to the major UK chilled food manufacturers producing a range of retail and food service products

The company is notably accredited by the British Retail Consortium and the ongoing committment to quality and production excellence equates to utilising the best essential measuring instrumentation - which means the Testo 106 Ultimate Penetration Thermometer.

This specially designed technology is ideal for quick and uncomplicated core temperature checks in all areas of food production, preparation and storage.

Technically talking, the Testo 106 offers an optimum measuring range from -50 to + 275 centigrade; fast measurement rate at 2 per second; user adjutable high and low alarms; BS EN 13485 compliance with the dishwasher – proof TopSafe case; inclusive belt clip and wall brackets; and convenient long battery life.

All of which is contained within a smart lightweight casing with a probe protection cap.

These unique benefits certainly appealed to Technical Manager Grant Whitt when assessing his needs, and now Testo 106 units are in use throughout the Freshcut premises. As Grant observes “The Testo thermometer performs as well as more expensive alternatives while being robust and better value for money and amounting to a strong investment.

“I also have to say the Testo service ethic is excellent for this and their full range of products. Always polite and prompt. What is particularly important is that it enables us to always meet our Critical Control Points and to always ensure that every item that leaves here absolutely meets all food safety criteria”.


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