As a rule, infrared thermometers are also highly suitable for measuring the temperature of foods in kitchens or catering applications. Providing you know some of the specific aspects associated with food measurement: For instance what you should pay attention to when checking the temperature of foods such as soups and sauces or for baby food in bottles. Or how the HACCP directives affect the catering sector. And why the use of pyrometers is not usually recommending when barbecuing.
Similar to penetration thermometers, infrared thermometers are digital measuring devices. But because infrared thermometers allow contact-free and hence hygienic and safe measurement at the same time, they are enjoying ever greater popularity. As a result, many users are asking what and how they can actually use their pyrometer for measurement. You can find the answers here – and in four more editions of our new Trotec Beginner’s Guide covering all aspects of the infrared thermometer.
Where conventional desiccant dehumidifiers quickly start to fail, the TTR 57 E Dehumidifier has homefield advantage thanks to its tried and tested desiccant cooling technology: in cool, unheated basement rooms and garages, it prevents damp walls and mould formation. In the conservatory, it stops any annoying condensation on the windows. In boats, it protects against moisture in the cabins. The device does not require a compressor, refrigerant or defrosting downtimes, making it remarkably energy-efficient and quiet too.
It is finally available, the new terrace Infrared pedestal heater IRS 1500 E. Those who have pre-ordered the device can look forward to two features in the days ahead: Cosy, glare-free feel-good warmth thanks to the use of a low-glare short-wave infrared tube and atmospheric lighting effects thanks to the integrated LED ambient lighting. Those who have not yet ordered need not be concerned – there are enough for everyone: thirteen at the back, four here at the front, and, er, … hold on a second!
Winter is approaching quickly. So it’s high time for our adviser series on the subject of ‘mobile heating’. Discover which type of heater is best suited for which purpose. Under which circumstances you can also set up a heater outside your home. And how to calculate the heat output actually required based on the size of the room. Let’s start with the advantages that an ‘direct oil heater’ offers – in the coming instalments we will compare them with those of indirect oil heaters and electric heaters.
Questions from our blog readers: “I want to use my terrace in autumn, too, but without freezing! What’s going on?” Or: “As someone who is susceptible to cold, I need whole-body warmth. What do you recommend?” And: “When my neighbour turns on his infrared radiator, all I see is red! Can you help?” Our answer to these questions is the new IRS 2000 E terrace radiant heater which is finally available: An innovative infrared pedestal heater that delivers its instant (!) warmth in a targeted (!) and glare-free (!) manner!
More and more people suffer from breathing difficulties in winter because the mucous membrane becomes dry in their respiratory tract. The reason for this lies in home heating: although it keeps us nice and warm inside our own four walls, it also entails unhealthily dry air. But we can help protect our mucous membrane as prevention against against allergies and annoying colds with optimum room air humidification. Our professional tips will help you avoid spending the next few months in too dry a room.
The stackable TEH electric heater 30 T is a professional device that is specially made to meet the most demanding material and performance requirements. With its condensate-free, clean air, it is optimally suited to heating unventilated rooms such as small construction site areas, storage or production rooms, as well as in many other application areas. Thanks to its practical, industrial German design, this highly mobile heater guarantees continuous operation with no interruptions and a long service life.
This is how you can bear the autumn on your terrace, or better: celebrate it! With the new Infrared pedestal heater IRS 1500 E you can also enjoy those cool days and evenings on your terrace or balcony. Thanks to its innovative low-glare shortwave infrared tube, the elegant pedestal heater provides both cosy, glare-free heat and LED ambient lighting for atmospheric lighting effects: you can set your individual lighting atmosphere from a choice 16 colours and 4 lighting effects by remote control.
Now those cosy summer evenings on the terrace are going into extra time this autumn. With the new IRS 2000 E black and silver terrace radiant heater, not only can you skilfully set visual accents, but also enjoy your stay outdoors in that cooler change of season – because its infrared heat is immediately available without preheating. Nevertheless, the attractive heat source pleasantly keeps back any light radiation thanks to the innovative low-glare shortwave infrared tube.