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Much of the success of a commercial kitchen hinges on preventing food spoilage. Fresh food can make for delicious meals and eliminates the problem of food waste and the repercussions on your budget and your establishment as a whole. Refrigerator and freezer thermometers allow you to keep track of the temperature of your food storage systems to ensure that your food supply is safe.
Refrigerators and freezers need to run at ideal temperatures to prevent bacteria growth. This lets you know that the freshness and top quality of your products remain intact, which helps prolong their shelf life. While these appliances already have a built-in thermostat, it is a worthwhile practice to separately monitor the temperature from time to time using refrigerator and freezer thermometers to double-check the accuracy of the built-in thermostat and ensure optimal performance. This also helps you flag any potential problems that your refrigerator or freezer is having so that you can respond as quickly as possible.
Refrigerator thermometers and freezer thermometers have a wide temperature range so that they can be used on both equipment. The ideal freezer temperature is 0 degrees Fahrenheit while your food products are safest in a refrigerator running 40 degrees Fahrenheit and below.
You can choose from digital and analog thermometers. Both can get the job done without a hitch, although if you want as little guesswork as possible, a digital instant-read unit that displays the exact temperature on a screen might be more useful. Analog thermometers have either a dial or a liquid-filled face with clearly printed numbers corresponding to the temperatures.
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