Food safety in hospitals and care homes is obviously a top priority for catering managers and correct food temperature plays a key role in risk assessments. Temperature expert, Tom Sensier, runs through some of the key issues for healthcare catering with advice on equipment solutions and specifying.
The Cold Storage Monitoring Kit gives the true temperature of stored food in fridges, freezers, cold stores and cold cabinets, reducing the risk of spoilt stock.
• MM2000 Digital Single Input Thermocouple Thermometer
• 3 x TFS01 Food Simulant Probe
• TFS01C Connection Lead
• TEMPRB Temperature Log Book
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Is the MM2000 range of thermometers waterproof?
Yes. The MM2000 range of thermometers is waterproof to IP67 standard, meaning that it is submersible.
Is my MM2000 range thermometer still waterproof without its rubber boot?
Yes. The rubber boots that come with MM2000 range thermometers are intended to increase the shock-proofing of the instruments. They have no effect on the waterproofing.
How do I activate my MM2000 range thermometers’ Thermometer for Life policy?
If you purchase an MM2000 range thermometer, whether directly from TME or from one of our suppliers, you automatically qualify for the Thermometer for Life policy. If your thermometer breaks, simply send it back to TME’s production department, who will repair/replace it for no more than £35. This is a lifelong guarantee and does not affect your standard 2 year warranty.
How do I turn my MM2000 range thermometer on and off?
Different thermometers within the MM2000 range have different configurations of buttons, but the on/off button is the same for all of them. Simply press the top left hand button: once to turn the thermometer on, and again to turn it off.
How can I switch between °F and °C?
All you need to do to switch between °F and °C on MM2000 range thermometers is press the SCALE button (SCL).
Does my MM2000 range thermometer come with a battery?
Yes it does. Your MM2000 range thermometer comes with one standard 9 volt PP3 battery.
How long will the battery in my MM2000 range thermometer last?
It depends on how much you use it, but the battery should last for more than 200 hours of intermittent use.
How do I replace the battery in my MM2000 range thermometer?
Replacing the battery in your MM2000 range thermometer is very easy. Simply remove the protective rubber boot, open the battery compartment in the back of the thermometer, remove the battery and replace with a new one.
Do all TME digital handheld thermometers come with a battery?
Yes. All out digital handheld thermometers come supplied with a 9v PP3 battery.
How long will the battery last?
The battery should last for more than 200 hours of intermittent use, although it will depend on how much it is used.