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Electronic Temperature Instruments Ltd launches the new Thermamite® Thermometer

28 August 2013

The new Thermamite thermometer represents a significant advance in design, offering improved accuracy, flexibility and ease of use, coupled with the durability and reliability that is required by the food and catering industry in helping to meet food hygiene legislation.

The thermometer incorporates a clear LCD display with a precise read-out of temperature over the range of -50 to 300 °C with a 1 °C resolution.  Low battery and open circuit indication are also displayed, when applicable.  The unit will power off automatically after ten minutes, maximising battery life.

Thermamite thermometers have the Biomaster Antimicrobial Technology moulded into instrument cases and probe handles at the time of manufacture. The Biomaster antimicrobial finish inhibits the growth of bacteria, reducing the risk of cross-contamination in the kitchen environment and is increasingly accepted within HACCP and due diligence procedures as an important extra level of defence.

Each thermometer is supplied with a permanently attached hand held, stainless steel food penetration probe (Ø3.3 x 100 mm) and a 500 mm PVC lead.

MADE IN BRITAIN
The Thermamite thermometers are manufactured by Electronic Temperature Instruments, in their Worthing, West Sussex factory, and are economically priced, at £45.00 each, exclusive of VAT and carriage.  


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