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ProAccurate Waterproof Thermometers Provide Six Second Response

April 09, 2015 Industry News
Industry News

The CDN ProAccurate Waterproof Thermometer and ProAccurate Waterproof Thermometer Long Stem provide accurate temperature readings with a fast six-second response.

These are new additions to CDN’s digital pocket thermometer collection, which has become the industry’s standard for accuracy, rapid response, and easy field calibration.

These sturdy thermometers can withstand water immersion. The ProAccurate Waterproof Thermometers are rated at IPX-7, which means they are protected against water immersion for 30 minutes at two feet. This is more than enough protection against dropping the thermometer into a full sink or even a pot of soup.

Both models are NSF Certified with 304 stainless-steel stems and tips for easy insertion. The DTW450 has a 4.5-inch stem and a 1.5 mm thin tip, and the DTW450L has a long 8-inch stem and a 2.5 mm reduced tip.

With an ever-growing concern about bacterial cross contamination, CDN has answered the call with the addition of BioCote antimicrobial coating to its ProAccurate line. While BioCote offers an extra form of protection against microbes, it must be used in conjunction with good hygiene and cleaning practices for effective bacterial management.

The new CDN ProAccurate Waterproof Thermometers also provide the features commercial kitchens require:

  • Wide temperature range of -40º to 450º F (-40º to 250º C)
  • Large digital display that is easy and fast to read
  • Temperature data hold function to save time and streamline the operation
  • Minimum/Maximum readings
  • Sturdy construction featuring food-safe ABS plastic and a stainless steel stem

Available for immediate shipment, the CDN ProAccurate Waterproof Thermometer (DTW450) has a list price of $28, and the ProAccurate Waterproof Thermometer Long Stem (DTW450L) is $32.

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