Author: Stephanie Miller

The Cooking Battle of Time vs Temperature

Here at ETI we’re keen believers that cooking with temperature as your guide instead of time is a much more accurate way of cooking, but of course that’s no surprise as thermometer manufacturers. However the majority of people do cook their food according to the stated time allowed. We understand that you need these time […]

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ETI Celebrate Fourth Queen’s Award Since 2012

On November 7th ETI were extremely proud to be officially presented with our fourth Queen’s Award for Enterprise, this our first in the category for Innovation. The award was presented by the Lord-Lieutenant of West Sussex, Mrs Susan Pyper. We were also thrilled to have the Mayor of Worthing Paul Baker along with Mayoress Sandra Baker […]

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What Temperature Should Your Home Be This Winter?

As the weather starts to change and we all dig out those woolly jumpers and winter boots we also start to crank up the central heating in our homes. But what temperature should we actually set it to and does a degree or two really make a difference? Research suggests that we should be heating […]

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ETI Celebrate 35 Years In Business

We are immensely proud and excited to announce the 35 year anniversary of Electronic Temperature Instruments Ltd. The company was founded by Miriam and Peter Webb in 1983, the year that Microsoft Word was released and the first commercially available mobile phone was introduced to the public. ETI are a British Manufacturer and are proud to […]

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Infrared Thermometers: Cleaning & Storing

Today we have the next installment in our three part Infrared Thermometer series. We discussed the uses and limitations of using infrared thermometers; now let’s talk about correctly storing and cleaning your infrared thermometer. How to clean your infrared thermometer Use a damp soft cloth or cotton swab (water only) on plastic lenses – never […]

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ETI Environmental Activity & Commitments

Here at ETI we are committed to helping reduce, reuse and recycle. We are continually looking for new ways to improve the environmental performance of all our business activities whether that be staff related, packaging, distribution and even wider into the community itself. We recognise that protecting our environment  is a lifelong commitment. We will strive […]

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ETI Staff Participate in Worthing Big Beach Clean

Staff from Electronic Temperature Instruments Limited (ETI) have participated in a Beach Clean event in Worthing, West Sussex this week.  Over 90 members of staff split into ten groups volunteered to collect rubbish from Worthing beach and seafront between Monday 25th and Friday 29th June 2018. Jason Webb, ETI’s Commercial Director commented “The Beach Clean […]

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5 Indoor Gardening Tips & Tools

Having indoor plants not only makes your home look more fresh and beautiful but they also have wonderful health benefits. Plants release oxygen, help purify the air, decrease stress levels, reduce fatigue and can even help lower noise pollution. However there is just as much science involved in keeping indoor plants as there is growing […]

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Infrared Thermometers: Accurate Readings & Limitations

Infrared thermometers are fantastic tools for quickly measuring surface temperatures. However they have their limitations, and knowing how to properly use an infrared thermometer is vital.  Today we will be discussing emissivity and how this key factor will affect all infrared readings. Keep your eyes peeled for more blogs to come on subjects such as; […]

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