Switch to Bluetooth for reliable record-keeping
You can use our reliable Bluetooth thermometers with the Comark Kitchen Checks App to record temperature data and send it to your iOS or Android device. That means no more time-consuming paper records and quick access to your historical temperature data for analysis and auditing.
When you pair a Bluetooth thermometer with the free Comark Kitchen Checks App, you can automate data collection, giving you a mobile and flexible temperature monitoring solution. Easy-to-follow checklists in the app help you manage all your Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP) temperature recordings.
Our Bluetooth Thermometers
Pocketherm Bluetooth Thermometer
The Pocketherm Bluetooth Thermometer (BT250KC) with Comark Kitchen Checks App is a fast and accurate Waterproof Bluetooth Thermometer with folding probe. Designed for use in the kitchen and other food production areas, the Bluetooth Pocketherm Thermometer (BT250KC) transmits temperature data via Bluetooth to your Android or iOS phone or tablet.
Bluetooth Food Thermometer
The Bluetooth Food Thermometer (BT42) has all the great features you need in your busy kitchen, including MAX, MIN and HOLD functions and, for the first time in a Comark Handheld Thermometer, Bluetooth for connection to the Comark Kitchen Checks App. Eliminate pen, paper and dry-labbing from your Kitchen with Comark Kitchen Checks App and BT42 from Comark.
Bluetooth Food Thermometer
The Bluetooth Food Thermometer (BT48) has all the great features you need in your busy kitchen, including MAX, MIN and HOLD functions and for the first time in a Comark Handheld Thermometer, Bluetooth for connection to the Comark Kitchen Checks App. Eliminate pen, paper and dry-labbing from your kitchen with Comark Kitchen Checks App and BT48 Bluetooth Food Thermometer.
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Comark Kitchen Checks App
Download the App for free from the Apple App Store or the Google Play Store to your chosen device. You can mix and match iOS and Android devices up to the limit for the type of account you have.
Comark Bluetooth API
The Comark APIs enable a User Interface (App) to extract data such as temperature and humidity from the Pocketherm Bluetooth Thermometer and have it sent to the User Interface (App) to be displayed as results. The benefit of this approach is that you can bring large amounts of HACCP critical data from various devices, into a single platform, using a third-party program or software suite. This enables you to monitor manual tasks from product delivery to food storage, food preparation and foodservice. You can also incorporate real-time monitoring data for periodic checks of your storage and display units, thus freeing up valuable staff time to concentrate on more operational and quality tasks.
In order to use the Comark API’s you will of course need a User Interface (App) or Software Suite.
For most professional food processing and foodservice operations, a food thermometer needs to be used in a specific and controlled manner and the temperature data must be collected at source. This makes a secure data transmission protocol such as Bluetooth an ideal solution for busy and flexible working environments.
Save Time & Money
Digitally record temperature checks with a single tap
Data is automatically uploaded and updated in real-time
Cut down on time-consuming and error prone paper records
Re-use your existing temperature probes
Visibility & Due Diligence
Improve visibility and accuracy of your data and due diligence
Get real-time visibility of site operations, and recent activity
View performance from anywhere, any time
Gain centralized records for auditing and analysis
Importance of HACCP
Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP) is a codified set of methods and procedures used by the food industry to ensure that food is handled and stored correctly, which in turn ensures that the food consumers eat is is safe for consumption.
Businesses that create, manipulate, store, or distribute food are subject to inspection from HACCP enforcement officers for example environmental health staff. These inspectors are tasked with ensuring that there is a robust HACCP procedure in place, that it is understood, and that it is being followed. The inspection criteria also ensure that staff are trained, and that appropriate equipment is available to those staff that need it. In many cases, thermometers are a critical requirement for HACCP compliance. There is also a requirement for record keeping, and these records are also subject to scrutiny.