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Struggle to keep track of your temperature spot checks?

Thursday, 1 December 2016 13:02:27 Europe/London

Struggle to keep track of your temperature spot checks?

Visit TME at The Food and Drink Quality and Safety Summit and find a solution!

 

TME’s MM7000 ThermoBarScan Digital Thermometer with BarCode Reader pairs with Notion Pro wireless communication to let food businesses effortlessly record and share the identity of any product, item or location.

Using easily-generated free barcodes, and the cutting-edge Notion Pro system, the MM7000 records spot temperature against Barcode information – and lets you view fixed and spot temperature via any internet browser.

 A customisable home page gives you access to a tailored view of sensor data in real-time, immediate access to audit-ready reports, and instant alarm notifications to your computer, laptop or tablet.

 TME MD and Chief Designer Tom Sensier: “We’re proud to offer the MM7000 – using barcode technology to help busy food businesses stay on top of important temperature readings.”

 • Barcode Scanner • Wireless communication • Compatible with all thermocouple probes • Temperature alarms • HAACP  compliant • Self-calibrating • Easy to use • Lifetime support guarantee • 100% British-made

Try the MM7000  out for yourself on TME’s Stand 16 at The Food and Drink Quality and Safety Summit in Birmingham’s Motorcycle Museum on 30th November 2016. Register now for FREE ENTRY at foodbevqualitysafety.com/register - and get entry to the Food and Drink NPD and Innovation Summit thrown in!

“We’re delighted to exhibit at the very FIRST Food and Drink Quality and Safety Summit. This is clearly a show for professionals looking for quality and value – and we’re looking forward to meeting them!”

The MM7000’s technology leaves no room for human error or missing log books, and is ideal for all spot check applications - from chilled storage to oven cooking and goods-in.

The MM7000 is available at the low price of £375 with Bluetooth communication. For a fully-connected wireless barcode recording system, contact us and we will tailor a system to your own requirements and priorities.

 TME – When temperature matters

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