Refrigerator/Freezer Thermometer

Part No: FG80AK (3059580)

£6.74 (ex. VAT)

The FG80AK Refrigerator/Freezer Thermometer is a non-toxic, spirit filled refrigerator or freezer thermometer that hangs or stands.

  • Temperature Range: -40°C to +27°C / -40°F to +80°F
  • Scales: °C and °F
  • Accuracy: ±1 Division
  • Warranty: 1 Year
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FG80AK Refrigerator/Freezer Thermometer

The FG80AK Refrigerator/Freezer Thermometer is a non-toxic, spirit filled refrigerator or freezer thermometer that hangs or stands.

It has easy to read bold numbers so you can check your fridge or freezer is at the correct temperature.  The FG80AK Refrigerator Freezer Thermometer has dual °C and °F scale.

  • Temperature Range: -40°C to +27°C / -40°F to +80°F
  • Scales: °C and °F
  • Accuracy: ±1 Division

Use to check your refrigerator or freezer is at the correct temperature, keeping food safe to eat.

 


Recommended Storage Temperatures

You should always try to ensure that you keep your appliances at the proper temperatures. Your refrigerator temperature should ideally be kept at or below +4°C / +40°F*. The freezer temperature should be kept at -18°C / 0°F*. We would recommend that you check your appliance temperatures periodically. Refrigerator/Freezer thermometers are the best way of knowing if any temperatures showing on your appliances are accurate.

  • Recommended Storage Range for your Refrigerator  +0.5°C to +4.5°C / +33°F to +40°F
  • Recommended Storage Range for your Freezer -23°C to -18°C / -10°F to 0°F
*Source: FDA

 

 

Technical Specifications

NameValue
Temperature Measurement Range-40°C to +27°C / -40°F to +80°F
Scales°C and °F
Accuracy±1 Division
Divisions1°C / 2°F
CertificationNSF Listed
Mounting TypeStands or Hangs
Warranty1 Year

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