Check-Set thermometer calibrators can verify accuracy of instruments

Check-Set thermometer calibrators can verify accuracy of instruments

Tel-Tru Manufacturing Company builds industrial quality temperature instruments that improve its customers’ product quality and operational performance. The firm is announcing the Check-Set IV, its newest generation of Check-Set thermometer calibrators for the foodservice industry.

Check-Set calibrators provide accurate and cost-effective calibration and accuracy verification for a wide range of thermometers and temperature measurement instruments, including dial and digital thermometers, filled system bulbs and electronic temperature sensors. Food safety professionals using a Check-Set will enjoy less plant downtime due to faster and easier certification of temperature instruments; ice and boiling water techniques are simply not needed.

The new Check-Set design provides:

•Improved temperature stability

•An interchangeable test well into which a thermometer is inserted

•Multiple standard well inserts to accommodate various applications

•Built-in wrench options that allow for instrument calibration

•Compact housing

•Simple controls

Tel-Tru made additional upgrades to keep Check-Set the optimal choice for users who need to validate measuring devices at temperatures specific to their application. A dedicated error light has been integrated, which indicates the user of any possible malfunctions of the calibrator. Airflow has also been optimized, resulting in a broader ambient temperature tolerance.

Convenient and safe to use, the Check-Set series offers accuracy of ±0.2° F.  Temperature set points between 40° F and 212° F are available, and custom set points can also be provided upon request.

Check-Set units will satisfy the demanding requirements for plant quality assurance, preventative controls, food safety, and instrument calibration and service applications.

Call 800-232-5335 or see www.teltru.com for more information on Tel-Tru and its products.

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