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Infrared Thermometers And Tips For Getting Accurate Readings

Sunday, August 7th, 2016

Infrared thermometers have emerged as the easiest and most convenient temperature gauging instrument today. They use infrared rays to detect the temperature of an object in the surface without even touching the object that is to be measured. All you have to do with these devices is to aim it into the area whose measurement is required, pull the trigger and get the readings on the LCD screen. And all this can be achieved without so much as touching the object physically. However, to get accurate measurements, a few rules are to be followed that help in the long run in all application areas.

Piccolo Galileo Thermometers — Popular for Its Outer Appearance

Wednesday, May 4th, 2016

Among the various inventions in the field of science, the traditional Galileo thermometers are worth mentioning. It was invented by Galileo Galilee to measure the temperature of the surrounding. This invention works on the principle of buoyancy which states that the density of liquid changes with temperature. Earlier, these instruments were only used as a device to measure the temperature so it was not popular among the masses. This resulted in the invention of the Piccolo Galileo thermometers.

Bedbugs' Favorite Color, Micro Thermometers & More: 5 Things We Learned This Week

Tuesday, May 3rd, 2016

Bedbugs' Favorite Color, Micro Thermometers & More: 5 Things We Learned This Week
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DNA Strings Turned Into Molecular Thermometers
DNA At the University of Montreal scientists have created a DNA-based thermometer that is so tiny that it can be inserted into cells to read the temperature inside. The inspiration came from seeing naturally occurring molecules being used to sense the …
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Some information About 18cm & 62cm Galileo Thermometers

Monday, April 11th, 2016

The Galileo thermometers were originally invented to measure the temperature of the surrounding. But, the introduction of 18cm and 62cm Galileo thermometers have completely shifted the focus of these devices from its functional use. These instruments were designed by scientists, keeping in mind the current trend and fashion of buyers. Earlier, these devices were not given any importance by the buyers and they were mostly used in laboratories for scientific purposes. But, the latest 62 cm and 18cm Galileo thermometers have grabbed attention of buyers all around the globe.

Infrared Thermometers and Their Rising Requirement in Testing Industry

Tuesday, October 13th, 2015

Termed as IR thermometers or laser thermometers, these Infrared Thermometers are targeted by heavy industries where there is s a need to measure temperature in varied aspects. These thermometers are effective equipments in determining temperature of an object from a certain distance. Subtle with high technology and laser radiation, these thermometers helps in serving wide variety of temperature monitoring function. Designed with traits of reliability and durability Infrared Thermometers are portable and best when used.

With various thermometers and infrared equipments which include Spot Infrared Thermometer, Infrared Thermal Imaging Cameras or Infrared Cameras, Infrared Scanning Systems etc, these devices ensure quality and authenticity in their applicable area.

Infrared Thermometers for Monitoring Food Quality

Sunday, October 11th, 2015

Infrared thermometers are vital temperature measuring tools that are used in almost all sectors that need to measure temperature. Due to their ability to deliver accurate results in a non-contact manner they are used in areas which were otherwise very inaccessible with the traditional thermometer.

One of the most important areas where infrared thermometers are used today is in food monitoring. As they are non-contact temperature gauging instruments, there is no fear of these equipments contaminating the food while taking temperature measurements.

Galileo Thermometers — Features That Make It The Best Decorative Item

Wednesday, July 22nd, 2015

Anyone who hears the term thermometer, he takes it as a tool to measure the body temperature. But this device is not only used to measure the temperature of one’s body, but also to record the fluctuation in temperature of the surroundings. Galileo Galilee is the name that is mandatory to be mentioned while discussing about the temperature. It was all because of his contributions that the individuals can now easily record the temperature of the surrounding in which they live. To acknowledge his commendable contribution, these devices have been named Galileo thermometers. Several forms of these thermometers have come into focus in recent times, which include 34cm Galileo thermometers as well as black-wood-surround thermometers.

Infrared Thermometers to Prevent Food Borne Diseases

Sunday, April 26th, 2015

Infrared thermometers are very useful to monitor quality of food in different situations. In this article, you would get information on how to use this temperature gauging tool to maintain the right temperature to avoid all kinds of food borne diseases.

Different food stuff require different temperatures for serving or selling as well as for storage and infrared thermometers help in maintaining the same. Food like fresh meat or fish displays or cold buffets should be kept at a temperature of 4.4°C and not more than that. This is as per FDA’s 2000 Food Code.

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Thursday, March 26th, 2015


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Thermometers Replace Mercury With Bluetooth

Sunday, March 22nd, 2015

Thermometers Replace Mercury With Bluetooth
Thermometers have come a long way from fragile glass tubes filled with dangerous mercury. Those rectal thermometers are still one of the nightmares of my childhood. Today, adhesive strips that contain tiny sensors, Bluetooth and smart phones are …
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Futures File: Thermometers drop, heating fuels pop
The eastern half of the U.S. plunged into a deep freeze this week, forcing homeowners to crank up the heat. As furnaces ran full speed, so too did demand for heating oil and natural gas, the two most used heating fuels in the U.S.. Natural gas prices …
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