ennoLogic
PO Box 25207
Eugene, OR 97402 US
Chris Johnston
+1-541-525-9175
[email protected]
November 13, 2017

EnnoLogic eT650D IR Temp Gun Helps Candle Makers Produce High Quality Candles

Measuring beeswax temperature with the ennoLogic non-contact thermometer when making candles.

Making beeswax candles with the help of an ennoLogic non-contact IR thermometer.

Eugene, Oregon: Professional and hobbyist candle makers rely on ennoLogic’s IR thermometer to consistently produce high-quality candles. The hand-held temperature gun allows candle makers to quickly and accurately measure the surface temperature of the wax, containers and molds to generate high quality, evenly burning candles.

With the eT650D non-contact infrared temperature gun from ennoLogic, professional and home candle makers alike can make high-quality candles without wasting material due to trial and error. The temp gun also means repeated uses are easy and trouble free, as the non-contact readings avoid the need to insert thermometers into molten waxes.

“A non-contact infrared thermometer ensures consistent results for candle makers,” states Chris Johnston of ennoLogic.

“Candle makers use ennoLogic’s temperature gun to measure the temperature of the wax before pouring as well as to measure mold and container temperatures before the hot wax is poured. This helps candle makers avoid the challenge that can result when mold and container temperatures are too far from wax temperatures, causing issues of cracking, and separation from the container as it cools.”

Different types of wax require different pouring temperatures for best results. For example, certain commercially available soy waxes work best at 120°F to 140°F, while beeswax is typically poured at  160°F. Candle makers can set the alarm mode of the eT650D infrared thermometer to the specific temperature needed in each specific situation to activate the audible alarm function indicating that a target temperature has been reached.

“Additionally, using an infrared thermometer allows candle makers to observe the temperature of the wax as it cools, allowing the addition of scents or fragrances at the correct temperature.” adds Johnston. “This helps prevent problems like burned scents or scent evaporation which can occur when the wax is too hot.”

Hobbyists can learn more about the various materials and types of candles made around the world, as well as the key components required for successful candle making  at appropedia’s candlemaking page.

Candle makers can rely on ennoLogic’s eT650D temp gun to save time and money while consistently producing high-quality candles. The infrared thermometer is available for purchase at Amazon.com as well as on the ennoLogic website.

About ennoLogic: ennoLogic is a brand of high-quality electronics products with a focus on measurement and test instruments. The brand’s goal is to offer reliable, accurate, high-quality technology products at affordable prices, backed by exceptional customer service and support. The ennoLogic brand was founded in 2013 in Eugene, Oregon.

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