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Inferno Stove Top Meter (3-30) thermometer measures temperatures on stove top
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- Durable genuine porcelain enamel.
- Easy to read
- Made in the USA.
- Rugged steel case for long life.
- Calibrated specifically for Stove Top use
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I initially bought an Inferno stove _pipe_ thermometer at a stove store because that was all they had. Once I read the instructions for that thermometer, they said it wasn't recommended for stove _top_ use, so I bought this thermometer online. The recommendation is apparently because of the temperature range markings, not because of any difference in the thermometers actual performance. Once I had the chance to compare the two, both of the thermometers read very similar temperatures, this one has the correct ideal range (400-600) labeled on it. The stove pipe thermometer would be fine if you use the temperature, not the colored zones marked on the thermometer. The two appear to be identical except for the painted range.
I'm a tool geek, so I also bought an infrared thermometer (Kintrex) to check my two stove thermometers. The IR thermometer works quickly and seems to be very accurate. It shows that when the stove is warming up, the Inferno thermometers lag by as much as 50-100 degrees. Once the stove temperature has stabilized, they agree with the IR measurement very well. Another thing the Kintrex thermometer shows is that each of the four corners of the stove can be a very different temperature as the stove is heating up. This variance can be 100 degrees or even more. Once the stove is up to temperature, the four corners will be within 10-20 degrees of each other.
As long as you remember there will be a lag while the stove is heating up and the fact that one corner's temperature alone isn't going to be an exact representation of the whole stove temperature, this should be a useful tool as you learn to use your stove.