THE PROPER TOOLS FOR: TAKING TEMPERATURES
- The `hot button' in food safety: Taking temperatures. Riell, Howard // FoodService Director;09/15/97, Vol. 10 Issue 9, p214
Reports on the technology which keep food safe by maintaining temperatures used by the United States foodservice industry. Advantages of noncontact thermometer; Limitations of noncontact thermometer; Cooper Instrument Corp.'s first noncontact thermometer launching in 1998. INSETS: Supervision &...
- If It's Not Broken...Replace It Anyway. // Current Health 1;Nov2002, Vol. 26 Issue 3, p2
Discusses the advantage of replacing mercury thermometer with a digital one.
- Mercury takes fall in Boston. McMullen, Cheryl A. // Waste News;11/27/2000, Vol. 6 Issue 27, p3
Reports on the efforts to phase out the sale of mercury thermometers in Boston, Massachusetts. Threat of the thermometer to the environment and human health; Companies that committed to stop the sale of mercury thermometers.
- Performance of a precise infrared shadow sensor thermometer. Shuhua Fan; Shuchao Wu; Jun Luo // Review of Scientific Instruments;Aug1997, Vol. 68 Issue 8, p3079
Presents the construction and performance of a type of infrared shadow sensor thermometer. Principle of operation; Components and electronic circuitry; Resolution of temperature changes; Sensitivity of the instrument.
- Which Thermometer For Baby Is Most Accurate? // Child Health Alert;Apr2001, Vol. 19, p3
Focuses on a study which compared different types of thermometers tested among infants by doctors at Children's Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts.
- EXTEREME ANIMALS! Entin, Carli // Scholastic DynaMath;Feb2007, Vol. 25 Issue 5, p8
A quiz on how to read thermometers is presented.
- A Cool Tool. // American Vegetable Grower;May2010, Vol. 58 Issue 5, p7
The article describes the features and capabilities of digital thermometers.
- Properties of industrial-grade platinum—cobalt resistance thermometers between 1 and 27 K. Sakurai, H.; Besley, L. M. // Review of Scientific Instruments;Jun85, Vol. 56 Issue 6, p1232
The stability at 20 K of five industrial-type platinumâ€“cobalt resistance thermometers on thermal cycling has been studied together with their resistance-temperature characteristics between 1 and 27 K and their self-heating. The stability at 20 K on cycling between room temperature and 20...
- Time-dependent resistance relaxation in carbon and RuO2 based thermometers. Skrbek, L.; Stehno, J.; Šebek, J. // Review of Scientific Instruments;Dec1994, Vol. 65 Issue 12, p3804
The long-term time-dependent relaxation of the electrical resistance in several carbon and RuO[sub 2] based temperature sensors at helium temperatures was investigated. The relative change of the resistance at fixed low temperature, measured immediately after sufficiently rapid cooldown has been...