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Where can I get a very accurate room thermometer ?

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banned2y, 2m agoPosted 2 years, 2 months ago
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#1
http://www.fisher.co.uk/

Rather depends what you mean by accurate
#2
Xippi
http://www.fisher.co.uk/

Rather depends what you mean by accurate

Accurate probably means if it 23.5 degrees in the room it displays 23.5
banned#3
Ellie Phant
Xippi
http://www.fisher.co.uk/

Rather depends what you mean by accurate

Accurate probably means if it 23.5 degrees in the room it displays 23.5
lol... exactly what I want.
#4
Does it have to be so accurate ,or just consistent . After all the temp reading will be different depending where its sited . I dont think mine is that accurate but its consistently about 2 degrees higher than I think it is . Then again I'm on the sofa -its on the mantlepeice (no fire ).
#5
leelee6781
Ellie Phant
Xippi
http://www.fisher.co.uk/Rather depends what you mean by accurate
Accurate probably means if it 23.5 degrees in the room it displays 23.5
lol... exactly what I want.
But the room would probably be 25 by the radiator ,and 22 by the door -maybe 23.5 in the middle .
banned#6
rogparki
leelee6781
Ellie Phant
Xippi
http://www.fisher.co.uk/Rather depends what you mean by accurate
Accurate probably means if it 23.5 degrees in the room it displays 23.5
lol... exactly what I want.
But the room would probably be 25 by the radiator ,and 22 by the door -maybe 23.5 in the middle .

so if I sat with it it would tell me the room temperature where I'm sat... that is all I want +- 1 degree
banned#7
a room thermometer
banned#8
Unfortunately you'll never find one! Unless you also install an air circulating fan, as it is always going to be warmer at the nearest point to the radiator. Fit your stat too close to the radiator the furthest part of the room will always be cold, fit it too far away part of the room will always be too hot. Depending on what money you want to spend a smart system may come close to what you want, these are systems where each radiator is electronically controlled, via PC or smart phone.
#9
Out of interest why does it need to be so accurate?
banned#10
for my work place as I am a manufacturing operator and tge temperature in here is estimated at 34 degrees but that is off 2 very cheap thermometers. Everybody is complaining, sick dizzy thirsty and management aren't doing anything.
#11
So......., continuing through the snide remarks and still trying to be helpful you don't really need 'accurate' if plus or minus 1C will do. A thermo that reads exactly 25.5 when the room is 25.5 would have to be very accurate indeed as there is no plus or minus, and hence be expensive. Your're sort of asking for the wrong thing - You'd be much better suited getting hold of a calibrated thermometer so that your high readings can be substantiated and verified.Labs, catering would have these - see if you borrow one. Taking measurements to management would carry much more weight that way. Are any of the materials you handle sensitive to high temperatures..that can be useful if management care more about the goods than staff
#12
leelee6781
for my work place as I am a manufacturing operator and tge temperature in here is estimated at 34 degrees but that is off 2 very cheap thermometers. Everybody is complaining, sick dizzy thirsty and management aren't doing anything.
Check out the HSE Website
http://www.hse.gov.uk/temperature/faq.htm
banned#13
steve543
leelee6781
for my work place as I am a manufacturing operator and tge temperature in here is estimated at 34 degrees but that is off 2 very cheap thermometers. Everybody is complaining, sick dizzy thirsty and management aren't doing anything.
Check out the HSE Website
http://www.hse.gov.uk/temperature/faq.htm

Thankyou very much for this info
#14
leelee6781
steve543
leelee6781
for my work place as I am a manufacturing operator and tge temperature in here is estimated at 34 degrees but that is off 2 very cheap thermometers. Everybody is complaining, sick dizzy thirsty and management aren't doing anything.
Check out the HSE Website
http://www.hse.gov.uk/temperature/faq.htm
Thankyou very much for this info
hope the info helped

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