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No Worries with No-glass Thermometer

Posted September 13, 2011 10:34 AM

A digital thermometer with a range that goes from "brrr" to "blistering," according to the manufacturer, may not necessarily stand out as unique. But if that same device can deliver lab safety, it may get your attention. Made of stainless steel and plastic, the digital thermometer can be used in test tubes, food products, incubators, biomedical reagents, and petroleum hydrocarbons. And there are no worries about mercury, breaks, or spills.

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Re: No Worries with No-glass Thermometer

10/11/2011 1:28 PM

Current thermometers still use mercury?

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