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Cheesemaking Thermometer 5" - HM625

How to Make Cheese

How to Make Cheese

How to Make Goat Cheese

How to Make Goat Cheese

$24.99
  • Qualifies for $11.99 per package flat rate shipping in the Continental US.
  • In stock. Ships from our warehouse in Northern California.

This is a wonderful thermometer made from the highest-quality stainless steel. The 5" stem is equipped with a clip to keep the dial where you can see it easily at the side of the cooking pot. The large two-inch dial is great for quick temperature checking.

We use this both for cheesemaking, and for homebrewing beer.

This is the thermometer the pros use because of its accuracy and durability.

Tel-Tru is known as one of the world's premier thermometer manufacturers.

Proudly manufactured in the USA.

* 2" Dial
* 5" Stem
* 0/220 Degrees F Temp. Range
* Pan Clip
* Recalibration Nut
* + or - 1% Full Span
* Glass Lens

Wash stem only in hot, soapy water after use and sanitize well before use.

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  • Item Model Number: HM625
  • Shipping Dimensions: 6.5 x 2.5 x 2.25 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.25 pounds

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