Warning Label identifues hot objects to prevent injury.

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Designed to prevent burn injury to personnel from accidental contact with dangerously hot surfaces, Hot Hand Indicator can be used over range of -30 to +90°C in environments where ultraviolet exposure is not excessive. Bright yellow, adhesive label appears blank when cold, and when surface to which label is adhered exceeds 50 or 70°C, word 'Hot' and warning graphic appears. Applications include electric motors, gas and diesel engines, pumps, valves, furnaces, and boilers.



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'Hot Hand' Warning Labels Identify Hot Objects and Prevent Injury



FULLERTON, CA - Telatemp Corporation offers the Hot Hand Indicator, a product designed to prevent burn injury to personnel from accidental contact with dangerously hot surfaces.

The bright yellow, adhesive label appears blank when cold but when the surface temperature to which the label is adhered exceeds 50°C (122°F)or 70°C (158°F), the word "hot" and a warning graphic appears. The labels can be used over the range of -30°C to +90°C in environments where ultraviolet exposure is not excessive.
Possible applications include electric motors, gas and diesel engines, pumps, valves, furnaces, boilers, ovens, steam pipes and water heaters - any surface that could radiate extreme heat. These safety warning labels are used to prevent accidental burn injuries in all industries from automotive to hospitals to restaurants.

Telatemp Corporation is a supplier of transit, storage and process temperature sensing devices for applications including: pharmaceuticals, clinical specimens, biologicals, perishables, film, electronics, computers, medical devices, textiles, foods and industrial products.

For more information, call Telatemp at 800/321-5160, fax them at 714/870-8136, write 351 S. Raymond Ave., Fullerton, CA 92831, access them on the at www.telatemp.com or email: techsales@telatemp.com

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