NEW ACCURATE FOOD SIMULANT PUTS AN END TO SPOILT FOOD
Designers at leading UK thermometer manufacturer, TME, have come up with a handy tool to tackle the tricky problem of quickly and accurately testing chilled or frozen food temperature without the cost and inconvenience of spoiling stored food.
TMEs new Food Simulator Probe (TFS01) simulates the stored food in your fridge or freezer, putting an end to misleading results from the ambient temperature of your appliance, as well as the problem of spoilt food, damaged by unecessary probing.
This hygienic, compact device can be left in your fridge or freezer in between temperature measurements which are carried out quite simply by plugging in a standard handheld thermometer.
The simulator is ready to use whenever you need it and can be secured within the cabinet using the fixings provided if required. Supplied with its own detachable cable, which connects to a unique, embedded thermocouple socket, it is compatible with any standard thermometer.
If required, the simulator can be identified by a unique barcode and then used in conjunction with TMEs MM7000, a revolutionary barcode reading thermometer, with Bluetooth. The two devices in combination enable caterers to fully automate temperature record keeping.
Managing Director, Tom Sensier says: “No more trailing cables left in the fridge to be damaged or to contaminate food, and the socket also boasts a protective plug, which can be left in place in between measurements. TMEs new Food Simulant provides a more hygienic and convenient solution all round.”
TME manufactures a wide range of high quality temperature equipment, including thermometers, probes and data loggers. For more information, including a free catalogue, contact TM Electronics (UK) Ltd on 01903 700651 email@example.com or visit www.tmelectronics.co.uk
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