Comark - MT200K - 120 - 200 F Meat Thermometer

SKU: 81200
Price: $7.08/EA
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The Comark - MT200K - 120 - 200 degrees Fahrenheit Meat Thermometer is an invaluable addition to any commercial kitchen that sells meat as it helps you monitor and evaluate the internal temperature of beef, chicken, pork, fish and more. The Comark 120 - 200 degrees Fahrenheit Meat Thermometer (MT200K) is made from durable materials that can withstand daily use and features an easy to read display that makes it simple to check the temperature at a glance. The thermometer can read temperatures from 120 to 200 degrees so it offers you all the versatility you need in your kitchen.

120 - 200 F Meat Thermometer Features

  • Meat thermometer
  • Temperature range 120 to 200ºF (60 to 85ºC)
  • 2-3/4 in dial w/stem
  • Dual range readings
  • Adjustable temperature indicator
  • Dishwasher safe for use in commercial dishwashers
  • Accurate to within ±1º (2° divisions)
  • NSF approved
  • Stem Length: 5 in
  • Thermometer Type: Dial

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  • Q:

    Dumb question probably, but which side of the red marker do you read....the side with the dot at the end or the straight side?
    Thanks!
    Asked on 9/9/2017 by Luci from Eastern Shore, MD

    2 answers

    • Staff Reviewer

      A:

      The temperature needs to be read from the straight side.

      Answered on 9/11/2017 by Steve from Boulder
    • A:

      The temperature of the meat thermometer is read by the straight side.

      Answered on 9/9/2017 by Community Answer from None
  • Q:

    Can I leave this in the turkey as I am frying it without damage to the thermometer?
    Asked on 11/15/2015 by Grasshopper from Houston, TX

    1 answer

    • Staff Reviewer

      A:

      Yes, this will suffice; however, it is important for the thermometer to not get fully submerged, as you may subsequently be measuring the oil temperature and not the internal temperature of the meat.

      Answered on 11/16/2015 by Chris from Boulder
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