5 Common Food Safety Mistakes and How to Avoid Them

5 Common Food Safety Mistakes and How to Avoid Them

Following HACCP food safety regulations is essential in ensuring that the food you serve to your customers is both safe and consistently high quality, as well as fundamental in legally protecting your business with accurate records. As we work with a number of businesses in 

Legionnaires’ Risks and Reopening Closed Businesses

Legionnaires’ Risks and Reopening Closed Businesses

Leaving the water systems in buildings unused for some time could be fatal if not properly treated upon return. It increases the risk of legionella bacterium, which can be life threatening.  If you are managing a premises with a water system, you have a legal 

Validating the Readings on an Infrared Thermometer Using an Ice Bath

Validating the Readings on an Infrared Thermometer Using an Ice Bath

In the last blog post within our infrared thermometer series, we looked at how to correctly validate the accuracy of your instrument using a Thermometer Comparator. The comparator method allows devices to be validated at ambient room temperature, however we would not recommend conducting it 

How to Validate the Readings on Your Infrared Thermometer

How to Validate the Readings on Your Infrared Thermometer

The third instalment in our infrared thermometer series is about how to correctly validate the accuracy of an IR device in the field. Our first post looked at emissivity and how to get an accurate reading, while the second focused on how to clean and 

A Beginner’s Guide to Sous Vide Cooking

A Beginner’s Guide to Sous Vide Cooking

What is sous vide cooking? Sous vide is a method of cooking that involves using precise, controlled temperatures to produce food that is perfectly and evenly cooked all the way through. French for ‘under vacuum’, the process of sous vide involves vacuum-sealing food inside a 

How to optimise your energy usage by temperature monitoring your home

How to optimise your energy usage by temperature monitoring your home

Monitoring the temperature of your home is important financially and environmentally. Simply keeping track of accurate readings and being more mindful with your heat usage can save you money, maintain good health and reduce your carbon dioxide emissions. Last year we looked at what temperature 

Creating Hot Compost – A Temperature Guide

Creating Hot Compost – A Temperature Guide

A hot topic today is waste, food waste specifically. Did you know that approximately one third of the food produced in the world for human consumption every year — roughly 1.3 billion tonnes — gets lost or wasted. Fruits and vegetables, plus roots and tubers 

The Cooking Battle of Time vs Temperature

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 

ETI Celebrate Fourth Queen’s Award Since 2012

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 

What Temperature Should Your Home Be This Winter?

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