This Taylor 5458 maximum/minimum temperature thermometer records the highest and lowest temperatures to be observed between the times that the unit is reset. Operators are able to reset the device with the simple press of a button. The device is useful for checking whether a piece of refrigeration equipment is holding temperatures within the safe zone. The thermometer is built in a rugged white plastic casing and filled with mercury.
- Registers the highest and lowest settings recorded between resets
- Ideal for checking if refrigeration equipment is maintaining safe temperatures
- Easy-to-use push button reset
- Durable white plastic casing
- Measures temperatures using mercury
Maximum/Minimum Thermometer, -40° to 120°F temperature range, Permacolor™ filled, push button reset, registers high & low readings from last setting, white plastic casing
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"Thermometer works fine, max/min is easy to read, but there is no push button. Reset of the max/min sliders is via the small red magnet in the sl..."
"Perfect for localized and general use. Use for particular areas where I need to know the temperature extremes quickly accurately. These units l..."
"I use the Taylor 5458 thermometer in my small greenhouse where it is very important to know high and low temperatures. It works great and it giv..."
"Thermometer works fine, max/min is easy to read, but there is no push button. Reset of the max/min sliders is via the small red magnet in the slot at the top. I've listed it as "would recommend to a friend," but only with the caveat that push-button functionality is not a requirement. For my application (inside a freezer, where horizontal is easier to do than vertical) that magnet tends to fall out of its storage slot. Fortunately, some of the racks are made from ferrous metal, so I just stick the magnet on one of them."
"Perfect for localized and general use. Use for particular areas where I need to know the temperature extremes quickly accurately. These units last for years without calibration, drifting or batteries. Wonderful old school technology."
"I use the Taylor 5458 thermometer in my small greenhouse where it is very important to know high and low temperatures. It works great and it gives me great piece of mind."
"Works very well."
"My 85 year old Mother bought this to replace this exact thermometer! Now the Taylor 5458 has been something of a family heirloom for nearly 100 years. Believe it or not, the original is still going strong but the plastic has started to break and the numbers have faded over the years. Time for a new one! I'm not exactly sure of when this design first made its debut but it has stood the test of time. My Great Uncle was issued this thermometer by the national weather service sometime in the early 20th century. It has hung on the wall of my house since I can remember and I'm not nearly 60. Mom is so thrilled with the quality of this replacement that she is ordering four more for us kids! Do not be put off by the mercury separating during shipping. A few gentile taps on a hard surface and it all rejoins. There may have been a few very small lines in the mercury but this disappeared within 24 hours of use. Also, the internal metal high and low markers got stuck at the top of the glass and required a bit of persuasion with the magnet to pull down. None of these are a reason to turn away from the tradition and quality of this wonderful instrument! Bottom line: 1. It is as accurate as anything on the market. 2. It is time tested. 3. It is simple and easy to read (even for Mom who is legally blind) 4. It's a good price for the quality Buy it! You and your Mom will never regret it! :-)"
"I purchased my Taylor 5458 max/min thermometer to monitor the temperature. flucations in my green house. So far it is working well giving very accurate readings. When it arrived the Mercury had seperated in the column and had to be forced down By shaking it down. Otherwise this is the best max/min thermometer on the market today for the money."
"I found this product to be very accurate when compared against my NIST calibrated lab thermometer. The only problem was the shipping process resulted in the mercury separating. It was easily reunited though just by quick downward thrusts."