Temp-Chex, Red Spirit

Temp-Chex with Red Spirit is a certified NIST-traceable laboratory thermometer for monitoring refrigerators, ultra-low freezers, incubators and room temperatures from -90 °C to 50 °C. Temp-Chex thermometers are mercury free and feature a probe contained in a vial of propylene glycol to buffer temperature variations.

Temp-Chex with Red Spirit laboratory thermometer

Temp-Chex liquid-in-glass laboratory thermometers can be used to monitor temperatures between -90 °C and 50 °C in various applications. All Temp-Chex thermometers are mercury free and enclosed in a plastic case to protect the thermometer and contain the contents if broken. They are scaled in 0.5° increments (ultra-low thermometer features 1° gradation), allowing the laboratory to meet CAP and CLIA standards.

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Temp-Chex with Red Spirit laboratory thermometer

Features

  • Individually serial-numbered and NIST-traceable
  • Measures temperatures from -90 °C to 50 °C
  • Scaled to 0.5° increments (ultra-low thermometer features 1° gradation)
  • Enclosed in a durable plastic case to contain contents in case of breakage
  • Can be mounted magnetically or adhesively
  • Downloadable wall chart for daily temperature monitoring available

Benefits

DescriptionCatalog Number
 
Red Spirit -5 ºC to 15 ºC Refrigerator240043
Red Spirit -30 ºC to 1 ºC Freezer240046
Red Spirit 15 ºC to 50 ºC Incubator240049
Red Spirit -90 ºC to 25 ºC Ultra-Low Freezer240047

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Streck manufactures quality control devices providing accurate, safe and reliable monitoring of laboratory pipets and temperatures. Pipet Verification Service allows the laboratory to verify automatic pipets and dilutors without purchasing equipment or interrupting pipet use. NIST-traceable thermometers are available for a wide temperature range, and are enclosed in a plastic case for protection and to contain the contents if broken. Streck’s Interlaboratory Quality Control program, STATS®, is an effective way for laboratories to evaluate the performance of their instrument or method against a peer group and demonstrate compliance with quality practices.

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