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New Toy: ThermoWorks Industrial Infrared Thermometer Gun

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    New Toy: ThermoWorks Industrial Infrared Thermometer Gun

    Seems cool. Looking for things to use it for.

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    I used mine for finding out just how hot something was that already burned me...


      I think it'd be fun for the dashboard or leather seats in summer time.


        They are great for determining the temp of your pizza stone/baking steel before using.


          That's the kind of thing I got it for.


            I bet you DEW used it on that beer....


              Lol. I really wish I had thought of that!


                I love mine


                  Got mine for measuring the temperature of grill grates before searing steaks. I've measured the temp of the Jambo pellet fire burning full out (1350*)


                    What kind of temps do you see on the grill grates when you're searing?


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                      Around 600 -- I do the AR thin steak method, marks on one side, griddle the backside.

                    I originally got mine to check temperatures on the heat diffuser of my Yoder YS 640. I now use it for checking temps while preheating the pizza stone. A nifty little tool.


                      I have the same unit DEW and it is a great tool. It shows me that my oven thermostat is way off or even broke. I will be replacing it soon. I get accurate readings on items I have in the oven, in a sauce pan ( I stir it first), on my stove top griddle, plus all my outside kitchen appliances, and I am finding so many things with it. I used it when making ice cream to tell me i was getting close to the freezing point. It along with my Thermopens makes me a really dangerous guy in both of my kitchens.



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