A thermometer is an industrial temperature gauge used for quality control, safety and optimization of manufacturing processes in various industries in the maintenance of buildings and machinery and the laboratory.
Types and Uses of Thermometers
After World War II, Technology has improved in the world. It helped in the production of Thermometers suitable for various applications. Some of the most common uses are:
Medical: Medical thermometers are one of the most popular units on the market. We must mention that the first medical thermometer was invented by the English physician Sir Thomas Albott in 1867. Today, various thermometers can be used in the ear, forehead, armpit, and more.
-Food: They are important in food safety to monitor raw materials from contaminants that develop in food, bacterial growth, and overcooking.
-Industrial: The industrial type of thermometer is used to measure temperatures in the industrial sector. The operation of an industrial thermometer depends on the type of temperature sensor it uses.
-Home Simple and cheap for measuring the temperature of the house and room
-Laboratory thermometer- Laboratory thermometers have different and varied applications: Checking the temperatures of ovens, reactors and heaters.
Non-contact thermometer - Designed for places that cannot be reached or touched with a temperature sensor.
LASER IR THERMOMETER,-50 TO 650°C
IR Temperature (Non-contact) -25 to 1200°F (-50 to 650°C)
Basic Accuracy ±(1% of reading + 2°F/1°C)
Max. Resolution 0.1°F/°C; 1°F/°C
Emissivity 0.1 to 1.00 Adjustable
Repeatability ±0.5% or ±1.8°F/°C
THERMOMETER, BIG DIGIT INDOOR/OUTDOOR
Indoor: 14 to 140°F (-10 to 60°C)
Outdoor: -58 to 158°F (-50 to 70°C)
• 0.1°F/°C resolution and basic accuracy to ±1.8°F (±1°C)
• User programmable High/Low audible alarms for
TEMPERATURE INDICATOR WITH IMMERSION PROBE
● Includes 105mm Stainless steel penetration probe with 1.5m cable
● The sensor measures Temperature from -40°C to 200°C.
Dimensions: 3.4Lx2.2Hx1.2"D (86Lx57Hx30D mm)
±1.8°F/1°C basic accuracy with 0.1° max resolution
MINI TEMP (CELSIUS) & RH INDICATOR
NON-CONTACT HUMAN INFRARED THERMOMETER
Non-Contact Human InfraRed Thermometer
Measures body temperature from 35.0 to 42.0°C without contact
Accurate to 0.2°C with 0.1/°C resolution; fast response 1 seconds
Optimum measurement distance of 5 to 15 cm