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Handy Detectable Food Process Timer Reduces Contamination Risks

02 February 2015

The new metal detectable digital process timer from Detectamet is a useful food safe tool for the use of processing and technical managers working in busy food production companies. 

The timer is powered by one AAA battery and features a large and easy to read LCD display to show the running time in minutes and seconds. The user can set the timer to count down or count up over a pre-set period up to 99 minutes. The timing period can be set in minutes and seconds using four easy to use buttons. The timer ‘announces’ the end of the set period with a loud beeping noise.

The case is made from Detectamet’s metal detectable polymer and features both a strong magnet to attach the timer to a suitable metal surface and a flip out stand so it can sit on a suitable surface. It will fit into most inside pockets. Detectamet’s new detectable process timer is only 68mm x 79mm (2½" x 3").


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