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The testo 270 cooking oil tester is a fast and convenient answer thats simple to use. Simply turn on the instrument, immerse it in hot oil, and measure the percent total polar materials ( % TPM) and temperature.. The testo 270 is the reference tool to objectively optimize useful cooking oil life. This can provide tremendous savings to fully maximize the oil without fear endangering the brand with poorly cooked food.
|With the testo 270, there's no more guessing, relying on odor, taste, or smell for cooking oil management. Changing oil to soon equates to wasting money, conversely, over using the oil can cause bad tasting food. The testo 270 establishes a reliable,objective method for cooking oil management.
Especially in quick service restuarants, cooking oil can be one of the most costly consumables. With proper filtering and use of the testo 270, restaurants have consistently realized oil saving of 20% or greate.
It may not look it at first glance, but frying is a complex and dynamic process. Cooking oil, as it fries foods, breaks down because of interactions between the oil, food, heat, and oxygen in the air. By-products, or total polar materials (TPM) is the common index for cooking oil quality and the generic term encompassing free fatty acids (FFA), monoglycerides, diglycerides, and a number of oxidation products (aldehydes or ketones) found in cooking oil as it breaks down. The testo 270 has been verified by independent, certified labs as a reference grade measurement of %TPM. As color, taste, and smell are not quanifiable, nor consistent methods of determining true cooking oil quality, the 270 is the solution to maximize your oil useage without fear of comprimising your brands reputation of quality.
|Storage temperature||-4 to 158 °F (-20 to +70°C)|
|Operating temperature||32 to 122 °F (0 to +50 °C)|
|Dimensions||Approx. 13.8x2x1.2 in. (354 x 50 x 30 mm)|
|Measuring range||104 to 392 °F (+40 to +200 °C)|
|Accuracy||±1.5 °C / °F|
|Measuring range||0.5 to 40.0 %TPM|
|Accuracy||±2 %TPM (104 to 392 °F) (+40 to +190 °C)|