TME-KHA01-Plug-Mounted-Moving-Air-Temperature-Probe-Layer

KHA01 - K Type Plug Mounted Moving Air Probe 110mm x 3mm

TME-KHA12-Plug-Mounted-K-Type-Flat-Food-Temperature-Probe-Layer

KHA12 - K Type Plug Mounted Flat Food Probe 110mm x 5mm

KHA02 - K Type Plug Mounted Still Air Probe 110mm x 4mm

£20.00
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• 110mm x 4mm

• Fast response air temperature sensor

• Comprising an exposed thermocouple junction protected by a perforated stainless steel sheath

• Ideal for use in heating and ventilation work allowing for temperature measurement with a simple one-handed operation

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  • When is it important to use a thermometer?
    Question by: admin on 2018-09-05 11:54:29

    There are many different applications which require the use of a thermometer, from basic everyday tasks such as cooking or testing family members for a fever, to checking fridge/freezer/oven temperature, measuring water temperature to help prevent outbreaks of Legionnaires’ disease, reaching critical temperatures in a manufacturing process, maintaining temperatures during distribution of food products, tyre production, oil production, laboratory testing, facilities/building management and more. The risks of not having a thermometer for these applications vary from a burnt dinner to patients contracting a life-threatening disease.

    Answer by: admin on 2018-10-03 01:28:00
  • What is the difference between a thermometer and a probe?
    Question by: admin on 2018-09-05 11:51:38

    Simply put, the thermometer is the ‘box’, where you will see a screen that displays measurements, and the probe is the thing connected to it. So the probe (or sensor), senses the temperature and sends a signal to the thermometer, which translates it into a figure (usually °C or °F) and displays it. Probes can come in many different varieties which are designed to suit a specific application (such as needle probes, flat food probes, air probes etc). Thermometers, too, can have many different applications in addition to displaying a temperature reading. Some thermometers have a hold function, or can calibrate other thermometers, scan barcodes or wirelessly send temperature readings to other electronic equipment such as PCs or PDAs.

    Answer by: admin on 2018-10-03 01:30:05
  • How often should I calibrate my thermometer?
    Question by: admin on 2018-09-05 11:45:58

    Different Environmental Health Officers and HACCP Officers will require different levels of calibration. You should always follow the advice of your EHO on calibration. At TME, we are happy for the calibration of thermometers to be tested weekly, which you can do yourself. Most EHOs advise a yearly re-calibration of your thermometer and/or probe, which would consist of sending your thermometer away to be calibrated.

    Answer by: admin on 2018-10-03 02:13:22
  • Will you replace my thermometer if it is broken?
    Question by: admin on 2018-06-15 15:04:50
  • Can I calibrate a probe?
    Question by: admin on 2018-06-15 13:58:39

    Generally speaking, it isn’t worth calibrating a probe, as the cost of calibration can be greater than buying a new probe. Indeed, it isn’t possible to calibrate a probe on its’ own. But if you want a thermometer calibrated with a specific probe, it is known as a System Calibration, and will cost £55. Again, you will need to send your thermometer back to us, with the probe, to be calibrated.

    Answer by: admin on 2018-06-15 01:58:39
  • Can I get a calibration certificate on this item?
    Question by: admin on 2018-06-15 09:53:42

    Yes. This would be for our standard UKAS traceable certificate. Prices start at £35.00. Please email sales@tmethermometers.com with the four temperature points required.

    Answer by: admin on 2018-10-03 01:31:48