ThermaCheck Plus waterproof IP66/67 thermometer.
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The ThermaCheck Plus waterproof hand held thermistor thermometer offers IP66/67 protection and utilises state of the art electronic circuitry, designed for reliability and ease of use and can be submerged or washed under a running tap - ideal for food processing applications where cleaning is paramount.
The ThermaCheck Plus thermometer measures temperature over the range of -39.9 to149.9 °C with a 0.1 °C resolution and features a large easy to read, LCD display with max/min, °C/°F, hold, open circuit, low battery indication and an optional backlight. The unit also incorporates an auto-power off facility that automatically turns the instrument off after ten minutes, maximising battery life.
The ThermaCheck Plus is housed in an ergonomic, ABS case that includes 'Biomaster' additive which reduces bacterial growth. Each unit has an integrated rubber seal to ensure complete water resistance and helps to reduce the possibility of damage in harsh environments.
The ThermaCheck Plus is supplied complete with a permanently attached food penetration probe with a 130 mm stainless steel stemand one metre coiled PU lead.
|range:||-39.9 to 149.9°C|
|system accuracy:||±0.4°C (-29.9 to 129.9°C)|
|battery:||3 x 1.5 volt AAA|
|battery life:||7500 hours|
|dimensions:||32 x 71 x 141mm|
|case material:||ABS plastic with Biomaster anti-bacterial additive|
|country of manufacture:||United Kingdom|
|water/dust resistance:||IP66/67 protection|
|certification:||FREE traceable calibration certificate|
|conforms to standard:||EN 13485|
Thermistor test caps.supplied with a UKAS Certificate of Calibration verify accuracy of any thermistor thermometer available in range of temperatures unavailable for next day delivery as certificated at time of order
Biomaster antimicrobial technology is incorporated in the majority ETI products during the manufacturing process, ensuring lifelong protection against the risk of bacterial cross contamination. As well as being harmful to health, outbreaks of food poisoning can damage brands, and the reputation of stores, food producers and restaurants.
The risk of food-borne contamination is widespread, existing in restaurants, bars, hotels, supermarkets, hospitals, schools, aircraft, cruise ships and your home. Anywhere where food is made, prepared or eaten.
Biomaster treated products have been proven to reduce the growth of food borne bacteria such as E.Coli, Salmonella and Campylobacter by up to 99.99%, so by choosing an ETI product with Biomaster additive, you are protected 24 hours a day, every day.
Biomaster Antimicrobial Technology is the leading range of safe, effective and permanent additives for the control of harmful bacteria, making any surface cleaner and more hygienic for its entire lifetime.
Proven to quickly reduce bacteria by up to 99.99% Biomaster is an effective means of reducing the growth of MRSA, E.Coli, Salmonella Campylobacter, Legionella and over 50 other species.
Incorporated into the body material of your ETI product, Biomaster becomes an integral part of it, providing durable, lifelong protection against the threat of cross contamination.
The active ingredient in Biomaster is silver. Silver has been used in its pure form for many centuries to prevent the growth of bacteria.
Incredibly durable, long lasting and highly active, when Biomaster is added during manufacture it is dispersed throughout the product casing, will not wash off and will last for its entire lifetime. Biomaster provides antimicrobial protection without allowing bacteria to develop resistance.
Silver ions bind to the cell surface;
This disrupts the cell and prevents cell growth.
The silver ions are attracted to the Thiol groups in the cell enzymes;
This prevents the bacterium producing energy.
Silver ions interrupt the cell DNA;
This prevents DNA replication and new cell formation.
The Biomaster 3 stage mode of action does not allow bacteria cells to develop resistance, making Biomaster future proof and highly resistant against antibiotic resistant species such as MRSA.