Refrigerator/Freezer Thermometer

Part No: ERF1K (3059503)

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The ERF1K Refrigerator/Freezer Thermometer features stainless steel construction and is able to hang or stand freely inside your refrigerator or freezer. With easy to read, bold numbers, it’s an economical way to check your appliances are working correctly.

  • Temperature Range: -20°F to +86°F / -30°C to +30°C
  • Zoned Scales and Bold Numbers
  • Mounting Type: Stands or Hangs
  • Warranty: 1 Year Limited

 

Refrigerator/Freezer Thermometer

The ERF1K Refrigerator/Freezer Thermometer features stainless steel construction and is able to hang or stand freely inside your refrigerator or freezer. With easy to read, bold numbers, it’s an economical way to check your appliances are working correctly.

The recommended storage temperature range for your refrigerator sits at +35°F to +45°F, with the recommended storage temperature range for your freezer being a much cooler -10°F to 0°F. The ERF1K Refrigerator /Freezer Thermometer caters for these temperatures with easy to read and zoned scales as well as bold numbers. Its stainless steel construction will allow you years of use. Whether hanging or standing, the ERF1K will help you maintain the proper storage temperature in your refrigerator or freezer to avoid food spoilage.

To ensure food safety in your kitchen is recommended to set your refrigerator and freezer to the appropriate and safe temperatures for food storage. According to the Food and Drug Administration, your fridge should be set at or below 4°C / 40°F. Your freezer should be set at -18°C / 0°F.

Food stored in the freezer at 0°F  will remain safe indefinitely, although the quality will decrease the longer the food is in the freezer. Freezing does not change a food’s nutritional value.

Technical Specifications

NameValue
Temperature Measurement Range-30°C to +30°C / -20°F to +86°F
Scales°C and °F
Divisions
Accuracy±1 Division
Mounting TypeStands or Hangs
MaterialStainless Steel
Warranty1 Year Limited

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