September 7th, 2008

More on Raytek Thermometers

We’ll be posting updates on a variety of thermometers.  Click on the thermometer to the left for the full assortment from Amazon.

January 11th, 2014

We’re back

It’s been a couple of years, but now we’re back, and we’re looking forward to bringing you the best Raytek Thermometers that are out there.

July 30th, 2010

Washington Post article

There was a nice article in the Washington Post about a woman who had created a cob stove in her backyard.  She used a Raytek thermometer to get the heat at the back wall – and then started her very neatly organized baking process.

March 27th, 2010

More thermometers

More thermometers are coming out soon.  Nice to see the Raytek thermometers in use in our building to check the temperature when we’ve been having A/C issues.

January 31st, 2010

40% off Thermometer

Amazon has a nice sale going on today – 40% off a Raytek Thermometer.

February 26th, 2009

Popular Mechanics

Nice article in the most recent popular mechanics on Raytek Thermometers:

So about three times a day, I went through the basement and took a number of readings with the Raytek. Because it can accurately read temperature from a distance, I could even check the pipes in the crawlspace. On the final day of the outage, the pipes running along the exterior of the basement got to down to 36 degrees. Close one.

 

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September 9th, 2008

How to make a thermometer

Slightly off on a tangent, but interesting…

How to Make a Thermometer
By James Hunt

A thermometer is an instrument that measures the temperature. Depending on what country you live in, temperature is measured either in a scale called Fahrenheit or Celsius (sometimes called Centigrade). There are thermometers for food, humans, and the weather. You can even make a thermometer yourself, it’s simple.

Here’s what you’ll need:
- Water (plain old tap water will do just fine for this experiment.)
- Rubbing alcohol
- 1 clear plastic bottle with a narrow neck
- Food coloring in your choice of color
- See-through plastic drinking straw
- Modeling clay.

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September 7th, 2008

Raytek MT2 – Thermometer Non-Contact 0 to 525 F

Raytek MT2 - Thermometer Non-Contact 0 to 525 F

Non-Contact Infra Red Thermometer, 0 to 525 F Portable IR thermometers have become indispensable tools for automotive troubleshooting and diagnostics. Quick noncontact temperature measurements make it easy to spot cooling system faults, identify engine misfires, check for proper A/C performance,

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September 4th, 2008

Raytek MT6 MiniTemp Infrared Thermometer

Raytek MT6 MiniTemp Infrared Thermometer

Temperature range: -30 degrees to 500 degrees C (-20 degrees to 932 degrees F) Instant current and max. readings Large, easy to read display Single dot laser sighting system Durable and compact design ships carbon free at CarbonCart.com

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September 2nd, 2008

Raytek Non Contact Thermometer

Raytek Non Contact Thermometer

Large, easy-to-read backlit display! Give instant non-contact readings, just point and shoot. Unlimited automotive and other uses! Measure in Celsius or Fahrenheit with an ul…

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