(application/pdf, 677 KB), Trainingscard HACCP Food Safety Infrared Thermometer with Probe (-35ºC to 260ºC / -31ºF to 500ºF ) (Model No.
In some instances, color can be used to determine temperature; as with infrared spectra. Instead of being used as an ideal screening device, in some instances the IR thermometer devolved into an enforcement tool. Food safety —Chefs and food service managers in commercial kitchens use infrared thermometers for continuous monitoring of food to ensure temperatures are compliant with food safety standards. In the early 1990s an inexpensive, lightweight, hand-held infrared thermometer was introduced to the foodservice industry that could read temperatures in the range practical for food safety applications. There are distance limitations as well. Smithfield Foods Sued for False Food Safety Claims, 10 Reasons Why You Should Be Using Chlorine Dioxide, Undeclared Allergens and Automation: The Crossroad of Food Safety and the Reduction of Recalls, Sanitizers and Disinfectants: The Chemicals of Prevention, FDA Temporarily Eases Food Labeling Requirements During Pandemic, Johnson Sea Products Issues Allergy Alert on Undeclared Wheat & Soy in “Home Style Crab Cakes”, New Hoque and Sons, Inc. ThermoWorks Gun shaped Point and Shoot big digit Next Generation Food Safety Infrared thermometer with built in laser pointer: High Quality 12:1 optics, Bright laser pointer, Point and Shoot simplicity. - IR Range: -55 to 250C - Probe Range: -55 to 330C - With 2 Year Extended Warranty! Although many of these complaints have abated, they have not entirely disappeared. IR thermometers are comparatively quicker than other digital thermometers; in fact, these IR thermometers are adept in calculating the temperature of certain object in a fraction of a second. The temperature might be from the particles in the air rather than from the object you wish to measure. Just pull the trigger and point the laser at your subject. 03 9598 7949 [email protected] Product Code: TCT303F. I’ve never looked back since. This means, if you hold the IR thermometer 6-inches distant from the target, you are measuring a spot with a 1-inch diameter; at 12-inches distant, the spot being measured is 2-inches in diameter, and so on. Understanding the Infrared Thermometer