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Food Srvc Thrmomtr, Food Sfty, -20 to80 F
- Item # 3NZR5
- Mfr. Model # 5981N
- UNSPSC # 41112213
- Catalog Page # 1716
- Shipping Weight 0.14 lbs.
- Item Mechanical Food Service Thermometer
- Application HACCP Food Safety
- Temp. Range (F) -20 Degrees to 80 Degrees
- Temp. Range (C) -30 Degrees to 30 Degrees
- Accuracy +/-2 Degrees F, +/-2 Degrees C
- Dial Size 2-3/4"
- Standards NSF
- Diameter 2-3/4"
- Case Material Stainless Steel
- Lens Material Glass
- Display Analog
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