Elcometer Canadian Distributor

Digital Pocket Thermometer | Elcometer 212

$222.50 CAD$224.00 CAD

• Rapid temperature measurement in under four seconds.
• Water resistant case with integrated rubber seals
• Foldaway probe for safe storage ºC / ºF user switchable

The Elcometer 212 is a pocket-sized digital thermometer ideal for day-to-day use.

Incorporating a fast response stainless steel liquid probe, the Elcometer 212 Pocket Digital Thermometer provides temperature readings in under four seconds.

Housed in a water-resistant case with integrated rubber seals and a molded flush window, preventing dirt and leaks from damaging the LCD display, the Elcometer 212 pocket thermometer is ideal for use in the harshest of environments.

The probe conveniently folds back into the side of the instrument, preventing damage when not in use.

During the application of a coating, the presence of moisture in the environment, or on the work surface, often results in a poor quality finish. Problems such as poor adhesion of the coating delayed drying time or premature corrosion of the substrate can occur.

Before proceeding, it is essential that the air temperature and relative humidity (RH) are measured to calculate the dew point. The difference between this and the surface temperature is displayed as ∆T, with a warning if necessary.

Instruction manual

Liquid probe
1-Free-shipping

Surface probe
1-Free-shipping

The Elcometer 212 is a pocket-sized digital thermometer ideal for day-to-day use.

Incorporating a fast response stainless steel liquid probe, the Elcometer 212 Pocket Digital Thermometer provides temperature readings in under four seconds.

Housed in a water-resistant case with integrated rubber seals and a molded flush window, preventing dirt and leaks from damaging the LCD display, the Elcometer 212 pocket thermometer is ideal for use in the harshest of environments.

The probe conveniently folds back into the side of the instrument, preventing damage when not in use.

During the application of a coating, the presence of moisture in the environment, or on the work surface, often results in a poor quality finish. Problems such as poor adhesion of the coating delayed drying time or premature corrosion of the substrate can occur.

Before proceeding, it is essential that the air temperature and relative humidity (RH) are measured to calculate the dew point. The difference between this and the surface temperature is displayed as ∆T, with a warning if necessary.

Instruction manual

Liquid probe
1-Free-shipping

Surface probe
1-Free-shipping

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