PRB KIT NTC THERM 24K@25C SV
There are many types of probes used in restaurant equipment for the measurement of temperature, humidity, liquid level, ice level, product or ingredient levels and other critical operating limits and control points (HACCP). A probe is a small device, especially an electrode, used for measuring, testing, or sensing and obtaining information. Probes are commonly thin and oblong, and may be flexible. They provide data output to other components to control operation of the equipment.
A therm is a unit of heat. Gas and electric cooking equipment may be rated in therms as to energy efficiency. In other foodservice equipment the abbreviation "therm" may be used interchangeably for "thermostat", "thermocouple", "thermopile", and "thermistor" when describing certain temperature measurement and control components despite the fact that these components may have different operating principles.
In 1937, Anetsberger Brothers entered the foodservice equipment industry with the introduction of its first thermostatically controlled counter fryer. Since then, ANETS has developed numerous other product firsts, including automatic lifts on gas fryers, automated production tables, pyrolytic self-cleaning char-broilers, dough rollers with built-in dough dockers, and many more.