Probe/Sensor measures quality of deep-fry oil in 10 seconds.

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The ebro(TM) FOM 200 consists of 316Ti stainless steel probe, and sensor comprised of gold and ceramics that measures polar parts in oil in range of 0% for fresh oil and up to 35% for used oil. Device can store several types of oils in memory. It has resolution of 1% and typical accuracy of ±5%. Oil measuring range is 68-428°F and oil temperature range is 284-392°F, typically used for deep-frying. Product comes in food-grade, ABS case rated to IP68.


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Dresser Instruments' ebro(TM) FOM 200 Measures the Quality of Deep-fry Oil in 10 Seconds

The introduction of the ebro(TM) FOM 200 is good news for the fast-food industry. Now professional operators of deep fryers and food inspectors can dip into hot oil and not break a sweat as they collect reliable measurements directly from the deep fryer to determine the quality and temperature of their oil. This handy device reports the quality of hot deep-frying oil in only 10 seconds and can store several types of oils in memory. The innovative design consists of with a 316Ti SS probe and a rugged and dependable sensor comprised of gold and ceramics that measures the polar parts in oil in a range of 0% for fresh oil and up to 35% for used oil. This allows food handlers to perfect their frying practices and eliminate waste. Food inspectors can now make evaluations faster than ever. The ebro FOM 200 has a resolution of 1% and a typical accuracy of +/- 5%. The oil measuring range is +20° to +220° C (+ 68° to 428° F) and oil temperature range is +140° to +200° C (284° to 392° F), typically used for deep-frying. This new product comes in a convenient hand-held case of food-grade ABS material rated to IP68. For more information on this recent innovation, visit www.ebro.com. Patent is pending.

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