Comark - C28/P13 - -328 - 1112 F Thermocouple Thermometer

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Price: $189.99/EA
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The Comark -328 - 1112 F Thermocouple Thermometer (C28/P13) includes both a C28 thermometer and a PK24M penetration probe, both of which are Type K thermocouple components. The thermometer is coated with BioCote antimicrobial which helps to prevent cross-contamination and can display temperatures in Celsius or Fahrenheit. The Comark - C28/P13 - -328 - 1112 F Thermocouple Thermometer also offers a clock display and countdown timer. The included case is dust and waterproof rated to IP67, while the penetration probe can measure temperatures between -58 to 482 degrees Fahrenheit.

-328 - 1112 F Thermocouple Thermometer Features

  • Waterproof digital thermocouple thermometer
  • Includes PK24M probe -58°F to 482°F (-50°C to 250°C)
  • ±1°F accuracy
  • Clock and countdown timer feautures
  • Can be used with any “K” type probe
  • Built in protective boot
  • Standard duty
  • Uses two AA batteries, included
  • BioCote® antimicrobial protection
  • NSF certified
  • 2 year limited warranty
  • With Probe: Yes
  • Thermometer Type: Digital

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  • Q:

    how to set auto temperature detection
    Asked on 3/11/2016 by OTB from Roseville California

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  • Q:

    Is my thermometer calibrated .What should it read in ice slurry?

    how do you know if your coremark c28 thermometer is calibrated properly ?
    Asked on 6/25/2012 by augie from fresno

    2 answers

    • A:

      You should re-calibrate your thermometer if:

      You dropped it (especially if it’s a dial thermometer)
      Before you use it for the first time
      If you use the same thermometer to measure very cold and very hot temperatures
      Daily or weekly if you use the same thermometer multiple times

      Most health inspectors will recommend daily recalibration if you are checking many temperatures throughout the day (and hopefully, for the sake of your food safety program, you are!).


      Fill an insulated glass with crushed ice and then add a little water. Let it sit for at least five minutes and then insert the sensing part of the thermometer into the cup. Make sure the sensor is in the middle of the glass and at least an inch from the sides, bottom, and top of the glass. Hold it there for 30 seconds or until the dial stops moving or the digital thermometer beeps. Your thermometer should be reading 32 degrees Fahrenheit after 30 seconds. If it’s not, it needs to be recalibrated. The ice point method is the most accurate way to calibrate a thermometer.

      How to Recalibrate:

      Digital thermometers have a reset button. Simply push that button when you’re at the temperature point and your thermometer is ready to go.

      Dial thermometers have a little screw or nut that adjusts the dial to the correct temperature. Simply turn the adjuster until the dial reads the correct temperature according to the method you’re using to calibrate.

      I hope this helps!

      Answered on 6/26/2012 by Molly from Boulder, CO
    • A:

      The thermometer comes with a calibration certificate. If you want to check calibration you can do so bu usinf iced water or boiling water.

      Method 1: Ice Water

      1.Fill a glass with ice cubes, then top off with cold water.
      2.Stir the water and let sit for 3 minutes.
      3.Stir again, then insert your thermometer into the glass, making sure not to touch the sides.
      4.The temperature should read 32°F (0°C). Record the difference and offset your thermometer as appropriate.

      Method 2: Boiling Water

      1.Boil a pot of distilled water.
      2.Once the water has reached a rolling boil, insert your thermometer, making sure not to touch the sides or bottom of the pot.
      3.The temperature should read 212°F (100°C). Record the difference and offset your thermometer as appropriate.

      Answered on 2/9/2013 by fredbv from Melbourne, Australia
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