An instrument for measuring temperature. ULTRAVIOLET RAYS Invisible electromagnetic radiation which is comprised of very short wavelengths. Human beings get a sunburn from the ultraviolet rays emitted by the Sun.
An excellent kitchen tool for making yeast breads, baking breads and cooking in general. A thermometer indicates (shows) the temperature of a liquid, mixture, or dough, very quickly. Always use a thermometer to measure liquid temperature before adding it to or with the yeast. No guesswork with your yeast starter temperatures. Every kitchen should have at least one good cooking thermometer.
an instrument for measuring temperature consisting typically of a glass bulb attached to a fine tube of glass with a numbered scale and containing a liquid that is sealed in and rises and falls with changes of temperature
Temperature is always an interesting topic with wood-fired ovens. You can test the temperature of the inside of the oven dome, the floor of the oven, a couple of inches inside the oven dome and in the air, using a variety of thermometers and Thermocouples For example, the Premio oven tests the air temperature, which allows you to gauge the temperature of the dome and floor. Another option is to use a Non-Contact Thermometer, which tests the surface temperatures of the Oven Floor and Oven Dome (if you have the right model). Bakers using larger, thicker Bread Ovens test inside the refractory to see how much heat has been absorbed to gauge the oven for bread. Another option is to develop a "feel" for your own oven using you hand. For more, read our Pizza Oven Management page.
An instrument for measuring temperature by utilizing the variation of the physical properties of substances according to their thermal states. Thermometers may be classified into types according to their construction; deformation thermometer, electrical thermometer, gas thermometer, liquid-in-glass thermometer, liquid-in-metal thermometer, sonic thermometer.
A device used to measure temperature. A thermometer is indispensable for monitoring and maintaining mash schedules. Thermometers are characterized by their displays and are available in liquid scale, analog dial and digital versions.
The thermometer is a feature which enables you to measure the approximate temperature of your surroundings both in Celsius and Fahrenheit. The temperature is rounded to the nearest whole number. The Thermometer is not intended for professional use.
Any instrument that measures temperature with a sensor element that utilizes the variation of the physical properties of a substances associated with their temperature. Examples include liquid-in-glass , deformation-type, electrical and radiation thermometers.
A device used for measuring temperature. Thermometers specifically designed for brewers and wine makers are normally calibrated from –0 to 110 degrees Celsius, or 14-230 degrees Fahrenheit. They are filled with alcohol rather than mercury so that in case of breakage, they will not contaminate the beer or wine.
A thermometer is a device which measures temperature or temperature gradient, using a variety of different principles. The word thermometer is derived from two smaller word fragments: thermo from the Greek for heat and meter from Greek, meaning to measure.