Analog and Digital Thermometers

From: $4.50

Select from three different food-grade thermometers to fit your budget and needs:


  • Thunder Group, Inc. 5 inch stem thermometer that can be calibrated. Easily read the temperature of your milk with this 5 inch probe thermometer.  This thermometer’s stem is 5″ long and has a range of 0 and 220 degrees Fahrenheit, and its 1″ diameter dial comes with a magnifier so it can be easily read at a glance. The lens on this probe thermometer is also water-tight to avoid possible damage during use.  This thermometer covers with a protective sleeve.


  • Taylor Bi-Therm Pocket Dial Thermometer measures heated milk, frothed beverages and hot beverage temperatures with accuracy.  Featuring a 1 3/4″ dial with 8″ stem, this thermometer is perfect for attaching to the side of a cheese making pot or vat and has a watertight len.  This thermometer is made of stainless steel construction with a magnifying dial cover, making the temperature dial easy to read, and a recalibration nut, to keep it accurate. This Taylor 8215N also includes a sturdy clip that securely attaches to frothing cups or pitchers for hands-free operation.   This thermometer will read from 0 to 220 degrees Fahrenheit. (Out of stock)



  • Taylor Waterproof Digital Probe Thermometer with 1.5 millimeter wide dial for easy reading and 5 inch stem.  The Taylor 9842FDA waterproof digital probe thermometer is an invaluable tool in the fight to prevent foodborne illness. The Taylor 9842FDA digital probe thermometer features an FDA recommended 1.5mm diameter probe that is 5″ long, thinner than non-FDA recommended probe thermometers. The sensing area is located on the tip of the probe, making it ideal for thin foods like cheese making.  This thermometer will read down to -40 degrees Fahrenheit and up to 450 degrees Fahrenheit, making this a multi-purpose thermometer in your facility.  A convenient antimicrobial carrying case and sleeve makes the Taylor 9842FDA digital probe thermometer perfect for tracking food temperatures  .

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