Infrared Thermometers and the Coronavirus

The recent spread of coronavirus has led to an increased interest in using infrared thermometers to scan for fevers in people. While scanning the forehead or ear canal of a person can yield a relatively accurate reading of their body temperature when using a properly calibrated medical infrared thermometer, these instruments should only be used

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infrared thermometer calibration and NIST certification

NIST Certification of IR Thermometers

We offer an optional NIST certificate for our infrared thermometers. Read this article to learn more about NIST and NIST certificates, NIST traceability, and to decide whether a NIST certified unit is right for your needs. NIST – The National Institute of Standards and Technology Let’s start by explaining what NIST means. NIST is the

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Keeping Food Safe with an IR Thermometer

Infrared Thermometers can Improve Accuracy and Efficiency in Food Safety Quality Control Processes The CDC reports over 3,000 deaths and over 47 million cases of foodborne illness every year in the United States. While these numbers may seem staggering, there has actually been a great deal of improvement in food safety controls in recent years,

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