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UKAS - Calibrated Fridge Thermometer - Fridge Freezer Min/Max (MHRA) - Cert Date 31ST OCT 2023

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FULL UKAS - Calibrated - Fridge Thermometer - Max - Min Fridge - Calibration Certificate - MHRA - Digital Fridge

Although most commonly used to monitor the temperature of fridges our Fridge Thermometer with Max Min and Calibration Certificate can be used for a variety of applications such as monitoring room or warehouse temperature.

The fridge freezer thermometer is easy to read display shows you the current temperature of the room or fridge that you are monitoring as well as the minimum and maximum temperatures that have been reached.

To measure the temperature of fridges the thermometer probe should be placed inside the fridge Freezer only and the main unit positioned outside.

The refrigerator thermometer has been calibrated to national standards using an independent calibration laboratory and is supplied with a traceable 3 point calibration certificate taken at 0°C,10°C,25°C FULL UKAS standards. This applies to the probe only

The calibration certificate will be valid for no less than 10 months.

This max/min alarm thermometer simultaneously displays the actual temperature whilst displaying the maximum and minimum temperature.

The indoor/outdoor thermometer measures the grow room (in) temperature over the range of 0 to 49.9°C using the unit's internal sensor. Utilising the remote external temperature sensor the unit measures fridge or Room temperature over the range of -49.9 to 69.9°C.

Digital fridge - thermometers features a programmable hi/low temperature alarm that will sound when the pre-set limits have been exceeded.

The thermometer Fridge - is housed in an ABS case, measuring 20 x 65 x 97mm, that incorporates a useful foldaway stand and a keyhole slot for hanging on a wall.

Calibrated - Fridge Freezer - Freezer Thermometer 

Digital Fridge - Specification:

Temperature Range:-

Thermometers - out( Cable) -49.9 to 69.9°C
Thermometers - in (main unit only  0 to 49.9°C

Thermometers Resolution 0.1°C or 0.1°F (switchable)
Thermometers Accuracy Less then ±0.5°C( as per calibration certificate) Otherwise ±1°C
Thermometers Battery 1.5 volt AAA
Thermometers Sensor Type Thermistor
Thermometers Dimensions 20 x 65 x 97mm
Thermometers Cable Length:- 3 Meter
Thermometers Weight 73 grams

How often should you calibrate your fridge freezer thermometer
Calibrating your fridge thermometer - freezer thermometers are crucial to ensuring that your refrigerator is maintaining the correct temperature range. This is especially important if you are in the food or medical industry or if you have perishable items that need to be kept at a specific temperature. But how often should you calibrate your fridge thermometer?

The frequency of calibration largely depends on how often you use your fridge and your regulations also how much you rely on its accuracy. However, it is generally recommended that you calibrate your fridge thermometer at least once every year. This will ensure that your thermometer is accurate and that your fridge is maintaining the correct temperature range.

To test your calibrated fridge - thermometer, you will need a glass of ice water and a thermometer that is calibrated to measure temperatures between 0 and 10 degrees Celsius. Fill the glass with ice and add water until it reaches the top. Stir the mixture and let it sit for a few minutes until it is completely chilled. Place the thermometer in the ice water, making sure that it does not touch the sides or the bottom of the glass. The thermometer should read 0 degrees Celsius. If it does not, adjust the calibration until it does. This method does not calibrate the thermometer only checks the thermometer.

It is also important to note that if you notice any fluctuations in the temperature of your fridge, you should calibrate your thermometer immediately. Fluctuations in temperature can be caused by a number of factors, including a faulty thermometer, a clogged condenser, or a malfunctioning compressor. Calibrating your thermometer can help you identify and address these issues before they become more serious.

In summary, calibrating your fridge thermometer at least once every year is recommended to ensure that your fridge is maintaining the correct temperature range. If you notice any fluctuations in temperature, calibrate your thermometer immediately to identify and address any issues.

Calibration length will very much depend on your own risk assessment and regulations

Can also be used in a freezer, as temperature goes very low for a freezer makes this a freezer thermometer.

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15 August 2017  | 

Works well. Useful having the calibration certificate.

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01 February 2016  | 

Quick and great service, thank you.

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1st Class post up to 14 days for delivery Long delays due to Covid-19

Carrier Service 1-14 days, is an estimated day of delivery is given when you place a order.

Delivery can be from 8.30am to 6pm

Please note all shipping is PER ORDER , NOT PER ITEM

Next day delivery is extra but we can not be held liable for the carriers delaying the (WEEKENDS AND BANK HOILIDAYS ARE NOT INCLUDED IN WORKING DAYS). Highlands and Islands / IV BT, IM TR 21-25, HS, KA27,28, KW1-3, 5-15, PA20-49, 62-77,61,78,PH17-26, 30-44, 49-50, ZE1-3 postcodes takes 48 hour

We must have the order by 3pm to have a chance of getting the order out the same day ( AS LONG AS GOODS ARE IN STOCK) Next day not available for European Orders

ORDERS OVER £65 POST FREE (Excluding European Orders)

For those orders over £65 we will send Post Free. To 1 address if more then 1 address per order, a delivery charge either £6.96 or £3.60 will be added
Once the parcels have left our premises the responsibility for delivery is with the Royal Mail or our Carrier.

We are not responsible for late delivery's that may of happened once the parcel has left us as we will try and get the parcel out to you as fast as we can. Please contact us if any problems, problems do happen but we are always here to help.
Or if you are still waiting for a parcel (over 10 working days Royal Mail) please let us know so we can sort out the problem.
Orders are dispatched by post / carrier to the name and address you have given to us. If we have received incorrect or inadequate information for the delivery of the goods we cannot accept any liability for late or failed delivery as a result of this.

Delivery Schedule We process your order right away. We will normally send your order to you in 2 - 5 business days . International orders are generally received in under 10 days.
Does not Include Trade Orders OR Purchase Orders

A calibrated thermometer if ordered in error / or not wanted can only be returned upto 14 days after purchase because the certificate has a expiry date

Purchase Orders

We accept Orders from Government based purchases, we regularly supply the following organisations

  • Hospitals, PCT's, NHS Foundation Trusts
  • Police Force, Fire Service
  • Councils
  • Prison Service
  • All British Military Forces

There is £50 minimum order value for purchase order

P&P on all Purchase Orders under £65 (ex Vat) £5.42+VAT
P&P will be free on Orders over £65 (ex vat)

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Payment must be made within 30 days by BACS or Cheque

Traceable or UKAS Calibration?

Traceable or UKAS Calibration?

Absolute Calibration UKAS ISO17025 accreditation assures the customer that all measuring equipment has an unbroken chain of traceability back to national standards, therefore by definition all calibrations performed by Absolute Calibration are traceable to national standards. If your quality assessor asks you to demonstrate traceability, you have already achieved this by using Absolute Calibration.

In our experience there is increasing confusion over whether companies require UKAS calibration certificates or calibration certificates traceable to national standards.

Still confused then check out Absolutes Calibration Guide to calibration click here

If your quality assessor instructs you to have your instruments calibrated to UKAS, please ask if that means an actual UKAS calibration certificate or traceable to national standards. If you are unsure please check with the governing body of your industry. If your customer or regulatory body does not require you to have a UKAS calibration certificate then it is up to you to decide if which type of calibration satisfies your production and quality requirements.

Absolute Calibration Accreditations Click here to view

Absolute Calibration UKAS Certificate Click here to view

Absolute Calibration BSI Certificate Click here to view

We can get any thermometer calibrated at a cost of £36 Inc Vat each  for a 2 point, traceable to national standards
or £42 Inc Vat each for a 2 point FULL UKAS Certificate. Charges are for pass or fail of your thermometer.
You will need to send us the thermometer and turnaround is approx 10 working days.

We do have range of pre calibrated thermometers, We don't have Full UKAS in stock, these would be approx 10 Working Days
Most pre calibrated thermometers we can be upgraded to Full UKAS, to do this

Below is a copy of a Traceable Calibration Certificate