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 […]
Electronic Temperature Instruments Limited (ETI), the UK’s leading digital thermometer manufacturer, are proud to announce the launch of their new company logo, marking the most significant change in its visual identity in 35 years. The refreshed logo is revealed, pointing the way towards the next phase of the company’s future, one focused on innovation and […]
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 […]
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 […]
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; […]
Our very first Thermapen was launched in 1992, it was and still continues to be a flagship product for Electronic Temperature Instruments Ltd. However the Thermapen has come a long way from our first model, the Thermapen 3. We now host a variety of Thermapens’, all of which can be used in many different areas […]
ETI will be exhibiting at the following exhibitions in 2018. If you are attending pop along to see us and get the latest info on our new products! Exhibition Stand 2018 Dates Location Website HCA (WOS) TBC 23/02 Westerwood Hotel, Glasgow Hotelympia 3330 05/03 – 08-03 Excel, London HCA 69 12/04 – 13/04 Celtic Manor, […]
Did you know that incorrect water temperature is a key risk factor for legionella growth. Legionella growth can of course lead to Legionnaires Disease. If you are an employer or person in control of a premises then you must organise a risk assessment from exposure to legionella. Here are some key facts about Legionnaires Disease, […]
Creating a HACCP plan is a crucial part of running any business involving food, whether you’re a restaurant, catering company, nursing home, hospital or factory. HACCP stands for: Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point. It is a system that helps food business operators assess how they handle their food and implement procedures to ensure it is safe to eat.
The HACCP identifies specific hazards and measures for their control or prevention. These measures need to be explicitly clear with how they are put into place and which people are responsible for this within the business. Detailing what instruments you will use to measure these control points will help your HACCP plan greatly.
There are 7 principles of HACCP to ensure your business is being safe and correct in all aspects of food production and processing.
Hazard Analysis: Evaluate your entire process from your supplier’s delivery to final output. You will need to assess the places where chemical, biological or physical hazards can occur.
Silver contains antimicrobial additives – this has been known since the time of the Pharaohs. Silver has been used for thousands of years to help prevent the growth of bacteria without the high toxicity associated with other metals. In medieval France they plated entire hospital wards in Silver to help heal and protect patients from any harmful bacteria.
However in today’s society we use silver a little bit differently. For example you will find it in topical gels to treat serious burns and in coated dressings to aid wound healing. In 2000, Biomaster pioneered the use of silver based antibacterial additives and is now the recognised leader in antibacterial additive technology. Biomaster antimicrobial technology is incorporated in the majority ETI products during the manufacturing process, ensuring lifelong protection against the risk of bacterial cross contamination. As well as being harmful to health, outbreaks of food poisoning can damage brands, and the reputation of stores, food producers and restaurants. Read more