New Digi-Tel electronic thermometers replace mercury-in-glass ones

New Digi-Tel electronic thermometers replace mercury-in-glass ones

An accurate and safe alternative to traditional, industrial mercury-in-glass thermometers has been announced. The new Digi-Tel electronic thermometer series is available from Tel-Tru Manufacturing Company, a manufacturer of bimetal and digital thermometers, pressure sensors and instrumentation, and related accessory products.
Digi-Tel thermometers are optimized for use in demanding food processing, dairy engineering, and process industry environments. They meet US Food and Drug Administration Rule 21 CFR 113.40 requirements for temperature indicators used in retorts, and the requirements of the Pasteurized Milk Ordinance for dairy applications.
The Digi-Tel series is designed to meet the needs of a variety of temperature measuring applications. These all-stainless steel models are built into 5-inch-diameter cases with a reliable, easy-to-read 1-inch-high digital display and a temperature range of –70° to 750° F (or –60° to 400° C). A unit with a 4.5-inch-diameter polypropylene wall-mounted housing and remote sensor is also available. Stem lengths range from 2½ to 24 inches, with a variety of threaded and sanitary fittings.
Each Digi-Tel thermometer is sold with a NIST-traceable calibration certificate. All models meet stringent environmental specifications, ensuring that they will stand up to the most rugged applications.
The Digi-Tel series also includes a convenient PC-based calibration software tool, which allows the user to quickly and easily adjust the number of significant digits on the digital display, and lets the unit be calibrated in the field. Digi-Tel thermometers are powered by extra-long-life lithium batteries and are backed by a five-year warranty.
Access or call 800-232-5335 for more information on Tel-Tru and its products.

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