We have one of the largest ranges of competitively priced thermometer ranges, these include thermometers from top brands such as ETI, Comark, Salter, Braun, Heston Blumenthal, Zeal, Geratherm and many more.
Non-contact thermometer which use thermal radiation to measure the temperature of the surface it's directed to.
The non-contact option means that there is less risk involved as it allows for the operator to have some distance between themselves and the surface being assessed. These are used amongst many professions such as fire fighters seeking out hot spots in a call out, helping them identify the source of a fire incident.
Medical professions use a non-contact thermometer to measure patient's temperature when hygiene in paramount. Researchers use Infrared thermometers to monitor the temperature of a certain component when developing or monitoring manufacturing quality control situations and caterers can IR thermometers to observe food temperature.
Calibrated thermometers allow you to obtain accurate temperature readings in a range of situations. Our comprehensive range of calibrated thermometers allows you to get readings that you can rely on.
To give you peace of mind in your industry’s technical tools or to meet your industry regulations, our Calibrated Fridge Thermometers can help you comply with HMRA regulations as they and the rest of our calibrated thermometers have been calibrated to the National Standards in an Independent Calibration Laboratory. Each calibrated thermometer is supplied with a calibration certification, which ensures that you’ll have written confirmation that you are receiving a reliable device.
Whether you are in the medical or catering industry or even require a calibrated for home use, here at Thermometers direct we have selected a wide variety of calibrated thermometers from leading manufacturers such as Comark and ETI in order to give you the best possible choice.
Each calibrated thermometer comes with a traced calibration certificate with at least 11 months history. If your industry requires a Full UKAS Certificate on the thermometers We now have a range of FULL UKAS Thermometers to purchase from the web site. If you have any questions about our UKAS calibration certificates or our products please get in touch and we’ll be happy to help.
Fridge and freezer Thermometers
Allow you to monitor the temperature at which you store food and medicines in order to maintain quality and comply with industry regulations. Whether you work as part of a pharmacy, catering business, a retailer or are simply looking for freezer or fridge thermometer for home use we’ve chosen a wide range of fridge & freezer thermometers to suit your needs.
We offer a selection of both digital and analogue thermometers suitable for fridges and freezers. Our analogue fridge and freezer thermometers can be fitted and left in place; these include both dial and stick designs.
Digital Fridge & Freezer thermometer
Have a higher accuracy rate with the option of alarms to alert your attention to the incorrect storage temperature. When storing medical liquid and equipment, continuous regulation of the Fridge & Freezer temperature is essential for the nature of the products stored. You will also require a calibration certificate, which many of our thermometers can be supplied with.
We have ones that fit in a pocket or larger hand held thermometers. We offer value for money thermometers at ThermometersDirect. These can be used to test running water for baths or even legionella temperature checking
Legionella Thermometer & Legionella Thermometer Kits
Here at Thermometers Direct, we understand the importance of the prevention of Legionnaire’s Disease, therefore, we have selected a large range of Legionella thermometers to help regulate water temperatures and test for risk.
Legionnaire’s disease begins to form when the storage of water is at the incorrect temperature. The bacteria associated with Legionnaire’s disease commonly forms and rapidly multiplies in temperatures between 20°C to 45°C as this is the optimum temperature for growth.
We’ve included a selection of digital waterproof thermometers, pocket thermometers and infra-red thermometers within our Legionella category to give you a precise insight of the storage of your water as well as its journey. Thermometers suitable for Legionella monitoring are available on their own and as part of legionella testing kits. If there is any trace of nutrients, in this this case rust, scale, sludge or even algae, the bacteria thrives.
Legionella thermometer/ Thermometers
You can mitigate the risk by monitoring water storage temperatures and test for hazards with our Kits
As a prevention measure we encourage the typical method of storing cold water below 20°C and hot above 60°C when stored and 50°C when distributed.
Such as probe wipes, temperature log books, K-Type Probes just to name a few we also stock
If you can't find what you need, please email or give us a ring, if we can't help we will know who can.
We have many types of Thermometer, for many different uses a Thermometer is a Thermometer its job is to take temperature
a Thermometer does not know if its in a fridge, or a fish tank a Thermometer has lots of uses and just because it says fridge Thermometer on the Thermometer, it could be used in a room, in a fish tank it does not matter too much as long as the Thermometer is upto the task
Sunday, 24 September 2017 | John
Friday, 22 September 2017 | Tony
I needed a thermometer to check that my central heating thermostat was working OK. These were very cheap and do the job very well. Easy to order and fast delivery. Very pleased.
Most Trusted Thermometer yet
Wednesday, 20 September 2017 | Philip
I have had a GerathermŽ Classic XL- Medical Thermometer for a number of years after trying many other Thermometers from other Companies which were not reliable. Ear thermometers seemed to givea bewildering set of results as did other types as well but the Classic XL which safely replaced the old style Mercury thermometer readings were consistent. I have just ordered another so we have one always packed for our holidays and one for the home and i see that they have now addressed the problem of reading the scale by supplying a case that magnifies the scale when the Thermometer is inserted into it (Brilliant). Some people gave bad reviews on the themometer because of not being able to shake the fluid back down into the its holding resovoir but if you read the intructions you will find that the liquid only need to be shaken down so it lies between the 35mark and the 36 degree mark and NOT all the way down to the bottom . Shaking the fluid down does need some wrist flicks which to some people may be a problem but for me it works and causes no strain on the wrist. I Have a disabled wife who sometimes can have some very high temperatures up to 39 sometimes so i need a reliable Thermometer so i know when to call the Doctor in and when not to. I highly recommend this type of thermometer.