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    1. Clip-on Pipe Thermometer

      Clip-on Pipe Thermometer

      £17.73

      A robust dial reading thermometer in a 63mm case with a chrome bezel and aluminium finish scale. A spring attachment on the back provides a secure fitting to pipework.

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    2. Dual Sensor Memory Thermometer

      Dual Sensor Memory Thermometer

      £20.91

      Simultaneous monitoring of two environments, suitable for indoor/outdoor use. The thermometer has 2 sensors & each sensor has its own readout.  One sensor is inside the unit. The external sensor is water resistant with a 3 metre connection lead. The Min/Max Memory operates independently for each sensor. Learn More
    3. Pen Type Probe Thermometer

      Digital Probe Thermometer

      £21.91

      Pen Type Thermometer for -50°C to +150°C. The thermometer offers low cost, rapid response, high accuracy and ease of use with a robust waterproof design.

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    4. Therma Elite Digital Thermometer

      Therma Elite Digital Thermometer

      £97.00

      The best all-round thermometer for taking monthly Sentinel temperatures.

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    Compliance with HSG274

    The stored water temperatures of calorifiers & hot water cylinders should be 60°C
    Record the temperatures every month in the site water hygiene logbook

    For non-circulating systems: take temperatures at sentinel points (nearest outlet, furthest outlet and long branches to outlets) to confirm they are at a minimum of 50 °C within one minute (55 °C in healthcare premises) .
    Record the temperatures every month in the site water hygiene logbook.

    For circulating systems: take temperatures at return legs of principal loops (sentinel points) to confirm they are at a minimum of 50 °C (55 °C in healthcare premises). 

    Record the temperatures every month in the site water hygiene logbook.

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