Monitoring for Regulatory Compliance & Product Safety
Temperature - Humidity - Moisture - Pressure - pH
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At Rototherm we stock a wide variety of temperature monitoring equipment designed for use in the Catering sector.
Measuring the core temperature of cooked product requires a thermometer, which may include functions of recording and/or printing, or a data logger with a probe of sufficient length to reach the core (centre) of the product.

Food Storage

Food Safety/HACCP guidelines specify required temperature ranges for the storage of Cooked, Chilled and Frozen Product. These guidelines must be adhered to and temperature records must be kept to show that correct temperatures have been maintained.

Monitoring the temperature of chilled and frozen storage areas can be done by:

  • Monitoring air temperature
  • Monitoring product temperature

Air temperature is monitored using either a thermometer with an air probe, a data logger or a fully automatic temperature monitoring system.

Product Temperature is monitored in a range of ways depending on the context, as follows:

  • General Product temperature is taken using a Digital Thermometer with between Pack Probe. This is a Thermometer with a probe of sufficient length to reach the core (centre) of the product. In addition, non-contact surface temperatures can be measured using an infrared thermometer as a quick check prior to use of probe measurement.
  • Hot food temperature is monitored using a Digital Thermometer with a Penetration Probe. This is a Thermometer with a probe of sufficient length to reach the core (centre) of the product.
  • Serve over air temperature is monitored using either a thermometer with an air probe, a data logger or a fully automatic temperature monitoring system.
  • Goods In Checks must be performed on Cooked food ,Raw Mince etc. using a Digital Thermometer with a Penetration Probe or a data logger with a probe of sufficient length to reach the core (centre) of the product.
  • Chilled and frozen product is monitored using a Digital Thermometer with Between Pack Probe , non-contact surface temperatures using an infrared thermometer may be used as a quick check prior to use of probe measurement.