Dial Thermometer included in all our cheese making kits. This dial cheese thermometer is easy to read. Made with durable, food standard plastic with stainless steel probe, plastic dial cover and metal clip to secure to pan. Range -10 to 110c Centigrade/Fahrenheit scale.
Standing a saucepan with the milk, inside your kitchen sink, filled with hot water, is a great place to warm the milk gently. Ideal for low temperature cheeses. Also, by keeping a kettle nearby you will be able to top up the hot water in the sink as needed. This will help maintain a steady temperature. Heating the milk using this method helps prevent over heating. It can be difficult to mange and control electric, gas and solid fuel hobs over long periods.
Insert the probe into the liquid being measured. The instrument reading will take a few seconds to stabilise. After use, wipe the dial thermometer probe off with a clean, damp cloth and thoroughly dry.
In addition, a recalibration nut allows general testing of air conditioning, heating and refrigeration, as well as for the food service industry and laboratory work.
Furthermore, these accurate, handy sized thermometers make them prefect for home, classroom and for use on cheesemaking courses.
Centigrade/Fahrenheit scale. Recalibration nut allows general testing of air conditioning, heating/refrigeration, food service and laboratory.