temperature control


How to keep hot foods hot and fresh

Tweet # Keeping hot foods hot is very important to ensure food safety and presents challenges. Bacterial growth slows down once at temperatures hotter than 60°C, so hot foods that are being served on a buffet, for example, must be kept hotter than that at all times. Keep in mind […]


Can #cartridge #heaters be used to heat air?

Tweet # Cartridge heaters are not suitable for heating air as they are generally high powered heating elements that are use to transferring their heat to other metal bodies such as mould tools and heat presses. If the cartridge heater is left to heat up on its own in open […]

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#Thermocouple or #RTD/PT100 ?

Tweet # This is s common question asked when customers purchase one of our temperature controllers. Both of them have their advantages and disadvantages. Below are the main reasons for the choices. Thermocouples Thermocouples consist of two dissimilar conductors connected together, hot junction and cold junction which measures the thermo-electromotive […]