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Elcometer 212 Digital Pocket Thermometer

The Elcometer 212 is a digital, pocket size thermometer ideal for day to day use.

Incorporating a fast response stainless steel liquid or surface probe, the Elcometer 212 provides temperature readings in under four seconds.

Housed in a water resistant case with integrated rubber seals and a moulded flush window, preventing dirt and leaks damaging the LCD display, the Elcometer 212 is ideal for use in the harshest of environments.

The probe conveniently folds back into the side of the instrument, preventing damage when not in use.

  • Liquid or surface probe options available
  • User switchable between °C and °F
  • Resolution can be set to 0.1°C (0.1°F) or 1°C (1°F)
Elcometer 212 Digital Liquid Thermometer
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Technical Specification

Part Number Description
G212----1A Elcometer 212 Digital Pocket Thermometer with Liquid Probe

G212----2A

Elcometer 212 Digital Pocket Thermometer with Surface Probe

Measuring Range -49.9°C to +299.9°C (-58°F to +572°F) user selectable
Operating Temperature -20 to 50°C (-4 to 58°F)
Resolution 0.1°C (0.1°F) or 1°C (1°F) user selectable
Accuracy ±0.4°C (±0.7°F) up to 199.9°C (392°F),  ±1°C (±1.8°F) above 199.9°C (392°F)
Probe K-type Thermocouple
Display 14mm LCD
Battery Type 2 x CR2032 batteries
Battery Life Approximately 1500 hours
Auto Switch Off Time 10 minutes
Case Dimensions 19mm x 47mm x 153mm (0.7" x 1.9" x 0.7")
Weight 97g (3.4oz)
Packing List Elcometer 212 Digital Pocket Thermometer with batteries fitted and operating instructions

Videos

Climatic Conditions

An Introduction to Climatic Testing

When it comes to applying a coating; whether in a shipyard, in a construction yard, or even in a warehouse; even if you have successfully controlled and monitored the surface cleanliness, surface profile, and both the wet and dry film thickness, if the climatic conditions are wrong at the time of application, this could cause the coating to fail – regardless of the success of the other parameters.

Click here to download the video script in English.

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An Introduction to Climatic Testing
Climatic Conditions
An Introduction to Climatic Testing

When it comes to applying a coating; whether in a shipyard, in a construction yard, or even in a warehouse; even if you have successfully controlled and monitored the surface cleanliness, surface profile, and both the wet and dry film thickness, if the climatic conditions are wrong at the time of application, this could cause the coating to fail – regardless of the success of the other parameters.

Click here to download the video script in English.

https://www.youtube.com/embed/qvhk90oWPII
How to measure Dewpoint & Relative Humidity using a Whirling Hygrometer or Sling Psychrometer
Climatic Conditions
How to measure Dewpoint & Relative Humidity using a Whirling Hygrometer or Sling Psychrometer

Applying a coating in the correct climatic conditions is vital, as if conditions are not suitable - say the surface is too hot, the atmosphere is too humid, or moisture has condensed on the surface to be painted for example - this could cause the coating to fail.

Click here to download the video script in English.

https://www.youtube.com/embed/Id4R-2KT9jc