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  • Stainless steel external parts
  • 3 point calibration
  • Superior grade; superior shock protection
  • NSF Listed
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How to Calibrate a Dial Probe Thermometer

How to Calibrate a Dial Probe Thermometer

Calibrating a dial probe thermometer is easier than you think! Try following these simple steps:

1. Get one glass of ice.
2. Fill with water.
3. Slide your thermometer into the built-in wrench.
4. Place the thermometer in the ice water, ensuring that the dimple is underwater.
5. Wait until the thermometer stops moving.
6. Turn the dial until it reads 32 degrees Fahrenheit.
7. Start measuring the temperature of your food!

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Customer questions about this product

How do I safely and thoroughly clean my Taylor thermometer?
Your Taylor thermometer is constructed of a durable stainless steel probe, and in some cases, a plastic head. When cleaning your thermometer, do not immerse it in water or use it in the dishwasher unless the description specifically states that it is waterproof and dishwasher safe. Simply clean the stainless steel stem with hot, soapy water and wipe the head with a damp cloth.
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This Taylor Precision 8215N stainless steel thermometer features a 1 3/4" dial and an 8" stem. It also has a plastic watertight lens, magnifying dial cover and recalibration nut. This Taylor 8215N includes a sturdy clip that attaches securely to cups or pitchers. The pocket thermometer is NSF Listed with a temperature range of 0 degrees Fahrenheit to 220 degrees Fahrenheit.

Overall Dimensions:
Length of Probe: 8"
Width of Dial: 1 3/4"


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Customer Reviews

Overall User Rating: Taylor 8215N 8" Bi-Therm Pocket Dial Thermometer ( 5.0 stars from 2 reviews )

    I knew Webstaurant would have the 8" stems! Our local health department requires 8" stems and Webstaurant has been the one and only place I could find them and for such an affordable price, I bought two; one for the food truck and one for a gift!

    from Here, There And Everywhere CAFE Posted on

    This stainless steal Bi Therm pocket thermometer is great for getting steamed milk to the right temperature! Nice snug clip will stay in place on frothing cups!!!

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