CAWALLMOUNT wall mounted holder; strong and hygienic thermometer storage designed for use with TME’s CA2005 digital food thermometer and CAP colour coded range of food probes. Incorporates cradle for one thermometer and slots for up to 6 probes.
Easy to use: Food group colour code labels. Incorporates keyhole slots for ease of fitting.
Features: strong and hygienic stainless steel construction ideal for food environments.
Requires: wall screws.
• Measures: 190 x 155 mm
• Stainless steel
• Food group colour code labels
• Keyhole slots for ease of fitting
• Designed to hold TME CA2005 thermocouple thermometer and up to 6 CAP probes
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Tough on bacteria – easy on the budget. That’s the concept behind a new colour coded temperature kit launched by UK thermometer manufacturer, TM Electronics (TME).
The CA2005 Catering Thermometer with unique colour coded dishwasher-proof probes offers a new, low cost method of eliminating bacterial cross-contamination during food temperature testing. TME will be showing off its new solution to a familiar food hygiene problem on 24-25th February at Casual Dining 2016 (London Business Centre) stand M335.
Why go to the expense and inconvenience of buying 5 colour coded thermometers when you only need one?
What is the colour coding for?
TME have developed colour coded needle probes to help reduce the risk of bacterial cross-contamination between different food groups. Each probe handle is colour coded so it can be assigned to a particular food group: RED = Raw Meat, BLUE = Cooked Fish, YELLOW = Cooked Meat, GREEN = Washed Salad/Fruit, WHITE = Bakery and Dairy, BROWN = Vegetables.
Does the colour coded CA2005 range conform to government regulations?
Whilst there are no government regulations applied to colour coding in the food and hospitality industry, TME use standard colour coding which is widely accepted.