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Legionella – TME launch new hot & cold water test solution

TME’s Double TC Wall Port is a NEW low cost accessory for remote testing of two pipes from one location – ideal for monitoring unblended water temperatures for legionella risk management.

TME’s single TC Wall Port is already popular for accessing enclosed TMV’s, subordinate loops, awkwardly situated calorifier pipes and overhead tanks. The new double version houses two thermocouple connection points instead of one, facilitating remote tests on unblended hot and cold water pipes or separate TMVs, offering more choice and greater economies of scale overall.

How does it work?
The port is supplied ready wired with two thermocouple sensors, which can be attached from up to 20 metres away to the surface of hot and cold feed pipes. These are left in place with ongoing tests simply performed by plugging a thermometer into the port for an instant, accurate result.

Easy to use
The port is small and discrete (52 x 52 mm), can be wall-mounted or recessed in a panel, has rear plate conduits for choice of wiring direction and space for a barcode or other identifier on the front.
It is compatible with any thermocouple input thermometer but TME recommends its MM2000 or MM2008 models or for paperless recording, the MM7000-2D with integral barcode scanner.

Continuous Monitoring
TME also supplies compatible wireless data loggers (with optional cloud data storage) for double and single wall ports, offering a low cost solution for continuous monitoring using the wall port system.

Legionella Specialists
TME’s specialist legionella range includes tank immersion probes, dual purpose surface/immersion probes, shower probes with temperature-sensing collection cups, thermometers with in-built timers, barcode scanning thermometers and data loggers.

For more information visit www.tmethermometers.com, email sales@tmethermometers.com or call 01903 700651.


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