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TME rolls out legionella temperature range

09 November 2016

Following the successful launch of its MM2008 Water Thermometer, UK manufacturer, TME, is rolling out its legionella temperature range to facilities and estates managers across the country.

Engineers undertaking multiple ACoP L8 tests have welcomed the combination of barcode scanning thermometers with wall mounted thermocouples.

TME’s MM7000 Barcode Scanning Thermometer scored highly for its enhanced functionality, recording not only temperatures but also the unique identity of each water outlet.

With a choice of Bluetooth or USB connection, results can be accessed online for just £375 including software. Accessing hard to reach water outlets is the other side of the challenge, which is where the company’s TC Wall Ports come into play.

Measuring just 52 mm square, each port is linked to a water outlet using a fine wire sensor, delivering accurate results up to 20 metres away.

Labelling the port with a barcode provides a complete paperless system when used with the MM7000.

At just £16 each, a simple low cost solution for spot checks on high level calorifiers or water tanks. 

MD, Tom Sensier: “TME’slegionella range is designed with the user in mind, offering systems and equipment that actually get the jobdone faster, more efficiently and with results you can rely on. Speak to a member of ourfriendly sales team for a Customised Temperature Monitoring Solution  

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