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Thermometers
Mechanical • Digital
MECHANICAL THERMOMETERS
• NSF Certified.
A.
Dishwasher-Safe Dial Pocket Thermometer
Great for food processing and pasteurization. Built-in sheath calibration
tool. Shatter-resistant lens. Stainless steel construction. Dishwasher-safe
for quick, complete cleanup. Includes sheath with pocket clip. Measures
0°F to 220°F. 1-in. dial, 5-in. probe.
PEL THP220DS
Each
B.
Pocket Thermometer
Great for food preparation. Shatter-resistant lens. Built-in sheath
calibration tool and stainless steel construction. Includes sheath with
pocket clip. Measures 0°F to 220°F. 1-in. dial, 5-in. probe.
PEL THP220C
Each
C.
Refrigerator/Freezer Thermometer
Hangs or stands for easy installation. HACCP Safe Zones. Large easy-to-
read dial. Stainless steel.
PEL R80GC
Each
D.
Refrigerator/Freezer Thermometer
Large, easy-to-read dial with clearly marked temperatures for accurate
reading. Measures -20°F to 80°F/-30°C to 30°C. Hangs or stands for
easy installation. Stainless steel construction with shatter-resistant lens.
HACCP Safe Zones.
PEL R80DC
Each
DIGITAL THERMOMETERS
IP54 waterproof rating for ease in cleaning. Large, easy-to-read digital
display. Max./Min. temperature memory plus hold feature. Auto-off
conserves power. NSF Certified.
E.
Dishwasher-Safe Digital Thermometer
Simple push-button user calibration for long-term reliability. Max./min. hold
modes. Fahrenheit/Celsius switchable. Protective sheath included.
PEL TMP1000
Each
F.
Thermocouple Digital Thermometer
Standard Type-K thermocouple probe; designed for built-in storage
and protection. Max./Min. hold feature. Includes travel pouch for extra
protection. CE Approved. Auto off to preserve battery life. Requires one
9V battery (incl.). Measures -50°F to 450°F/-40°C to 230°C thermocouple;
2w x 1
1
2
d x 9
1
2
h.
PEL TMP2000
Each
A
F
E
B
D
C
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