Utopia has added Berrcom non-contact infrared thermometers to its new Serve and Protect range, which is designed to help the hospitality industry get up and running safely for both staff and customers.
Berrcom is an established name in the medical field and these thermometers use proprietary infrared sensor technology to give what are said to be easy to understand and reliable results.
Foodservice sites can use the thermometers to regularly temperature check staff as a safety precaution and give a quick indication if someone is harbouring an infection such as Covid-19.
With a measuring distance of between 3 – 5cm the handheld non-contact thermometers should eliminate cross contamination and can be used for up to 100,000 readings. Claimed to be easy to use, if the temperature registers more than 38°C there is an audible alarm.
Temperature accuracy is within ± 0.3°C and there is an automatic power-off function. Display can be adjusted to either Centigrade or Fahrenheit.