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Track Food and Appliance Temperatures with Restaurant and Food Thermometers

Restaurant and food thermometers are hand tools for commercial kitchens, which ensure safe food storage and achieve the desired doneness in cooking. Precision and accuracy are crucial in keeping and cooking food at safe temperatures. Kitchen thermometers help check the internal temperatures while cooking poultry, meat, or eggs, leaving no place for guesswork. You can thus cook every menu to perfect doneness at each batch. These restaurant smallwares give you the exact temperatures inside refrigerators, freezers, and ovens.

Types Of Restaurant and Food Thermometers

Restaurant and food thermometers are practical solutions to guarantee that refrigeration keeps cold ingredients cold and cooking equipment bakes or fries dishes evenly. These appliance's onboard thermometers can wear over time and perform poorly. Various food thermometer types are available in the industry for all temperature-measuring tasks in a restaurant kitchen.

  • Probe Thermomters: Probe thermometers feature a pointed stem to insert into the food item. They quickly tell you whether the food has reached desired internal temperatures, and you can do that right before the cooking is finished. You can control temperatures throughout the cooking process using an oven probe thermometer. Some models have foldable probes to fit safely into your pocket and achieve on-the-spot measurements. 
  • Infrared Thermometers: You can use these tools for maximum food safety. They measure temperatures quickly from a distance without touching the food. These no-contact devices are convenient, fast, and easy to read but measure only the surface temperatures.
  • Appliance Thermometers: Some thermometers are designed to read the accurate temperatures inside essential kitchen appliances. Refrigerator & freezer thermometers can monitor temperatures even during power shortages; however, you can also benefit from cooking thermometers. For instance, deep fry & candy thermometers are perfect for making candies or jellies and measuring hot oil temperatures. Oven thermometers verify that the oven heats up to the desired baking temperatures. 

More thermometer types and features are available. For instance, you can use a water-proof dishwasher thermometer to check that the rinse water is hot enough. Dual-function thermometers have a switchable temperature range to be used for multiple purposes. Many kitchen thermometers have the feature of shutting off automatically after 10 minutes of non-use.

How To Choose Restaurant and Food Thermometers

  • Temperature range refers to the minimum and maximum temperatures the thermometer can show. For cooking thermometers, like deep fry, the maximum temperature must be high enough to measure hot oil. 
  • Accuracy rating relates to precision, how many fractions of degrees a thermometer can measure. Most models have around +/- 0.9°F accuracy. A rating of +/- 0.5°F would be better for more precise measuring tasks.
  • Dial vs. Digital: Digital thermometers are easier to read and respond faster. Dial readout does not require batteries. They are usually more durable and dependable. 

 

A restaurant kitchen is incomplete without a food thermometer, and Chef's Deal has an extensive portfolio of Restaurant and food thermometers. Remember to check out other commercial kitchen hand tools that will provide smart, practical solutions in your daily operations.