Cole-Parmer Datasheets for Industrial Thermometers

Industrial thermometers are basic bulb style thermometers designed for use in many industrial applications. Traditional liquid-in-glass design is typically used due to low cost and ease of use.
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• Case additive inhibits bacterial grpwth • Ideal for food applications • NSF-listed • Multi-purpose protective case also functions as a handle and recalibration wrench • Bold easy-to-read dial numerals...
• Cole-Parmer Process grade thermometers are silicone-free • Greater temperature range • Anti-parallax dial for accurate readings • Hermetically sealed per ASME B40.3 standard to prevent fogging and protect against...
• Cole-Parmer Process grade thermometers are silicone-free • Greater temperature range • • Anti-parallax dial for accurate readings • Hermetically sealed per ASME B40.3 standard to prevent fogging and protect...
• Cole-Parmer Process grade thermometers are silicone-free • Greater temperature range • Anti-parallax dial for accurate readings • Hermetically sealed per ASME B40.3 standard to prevent fogging and protect against...
• Giant, oversized face has bold, easy-to-read numerals • All thermometers are made of metal for durability and are weather resistant • Thermometer easily mounts to walls or any other...
• Ideal for measuring core temperatures in compost piles, hay, soil, or grains • 3" diameter dial for easy reading • Calibrate with external reset screw • Thermometers meet ASME...
• Measures temperature on surfaces such as grills and motors • High temperature range: -58 to 572°F (-50 to 300°C) • Basic Accuracy of 2°F or 1°C • 0.1° resolution...
• Silicone-filled gauges provides for readability and long life in tough industrial environments. • Dampened movement • Anti-parallax dial for accurate readings • Hermetically sealed per ASME B40.3 standard to...
• The benefits of a liquid-filled case in a silicone-free dry configuration • Dampened movement • More economical than silicone gauges • Greater temperature range than a silicone-filled gauges •
• The benefits of a liquid-filled case in a silicone-free dry configuration • Dampened movement • More economical than silicone gauges • Greater temperature range than silicone-filled gauges • Anti-parallax...

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