• Choose from a variety of lab thermometers, including mercury-filled and spirit-filled models, each ensuring precise measurements for various scientific applications.
  • Our thermometers undergo rigorous testing, ensuring accuracy to within ±0.2°C or ±1°C, depending on the model.
  • Available in multiple sizes with standard taper compatibility, our lab thermometers provide versatility for diverse laboratory environments.
  • We also offer a comprehensive range of accessories, like adaptors, centering devices, hose connections, and thermometer joints, to enhance thermometer performance in any lab setting.

Lab Thermometers FAQs

Lab Thermometers

Frequently Asked Questions

In laboratories, both digital and non-mercury thermometers are used, each type chosen for specific measurement needs, accuracy, and safety considerations.

Lab thermometers are designed to be highly accurate. They undergo rigorous testing to ensure reliable measurements crucial for scientific experiments.

The main difference between a clinical thermometer and a lab thermometer lies in their usage and range. Clinical thermometers measure body temperature within a limited range (typically 35°C to 42°C). Lab thermometers have a wider range and are used for diverse scientific purposes.