Reserve a Space for the Moisture Meter in Your Home Toolbox Pretty much everyone knows you should have a home toolbox with a few essential items ready to use. Things like a good hammer, screwdrivers, a set of socket wrenches, a good pipe wrench, a roll of duct tape. Stuff like that. But a moisture meter?
No matter how you plan to use your Himalayan salt block, you will want to know what temperature it is when you are cooking, chilling or serving fresh foods with it. Use the ennoLogic eT650D infrared non-contact thermometer to get an instant, accurate and safe reading of the temperature of your salt block. The eT650D
Exterior House Painting, Window Washing, and other Chores Around the Home with the ennoLogic eT650D Infrared Thermometer
Using Your ennoLogic eT650D to Measure Surface Temperatures for Exterior House Painting, Window Washing, and other Chores Around the Home Aside from the great uses of the ennoLogic eT650D Infrared Thermometer in the kitchen, it is a powerful tool you can use to help you get the best out of other chores around the home.
Pole Position in Automotive Diagnostics One of the most exciting and useful applications of a dual laser temperature gun, such as the ennoLogic eT650D, is as an automotive infrared thermometer. Use the temperature gun to troubleshoot, diagnose and perform routine spot checking of car system performance for everything from brakes to radiators, HVAC system, and engine timing.
How to Get the Most Out of Your eT650D Infrared Thermometer in the Kitchen You’ll be surprised at how many different uses you can find for an infrared thermometer in the kitchen. You can use it while cooking, tracking heat of frying oil, making sure foods are not too cold and not too hot, and
The Temperature Gun Is the Most Versatile Gadget You Can Get for Your Home The ennoLogic temperature gun with dual laser is the perfect tool for measuring temperature in a variety of applications. It’s great for measuring the temperature of hard to reach air conditioning and heating vents. It’s also great for checking for heat