Accurate determination of fry oil quality with the new FOM 320 food oil monitor

Ingolstadt, (PresseBox) - As successor of the FOM 310 food oil monitor, ebro launches the FOM 320 with new, robust sensor protection for reliable and accurate determination of the food oil quality. The device measures the fry oil quality with the help of a fully protected sensor in the range of 0% to 40 % TPM (Total Polar Materials) at an oil temperature of +50 °C to +200 °C (+122 °F to 392 °F). Both the temperature and the polar materials or rather TPM are legibly indicated in the large display. The operation with only one button makes for the easy handling.

A green, yellow or red flashing LED shows the fry oil quality or rather the right point of time for the exchange of the fry oil. In this way, a consistent high food quality is assured. The measured curve is programmed by the factory, but different oil grades and mixtures can be adjusted by the user or can be factory programmed.

The housing is food safe, waterproof (IP 67) and impact resistant and the robust sensor can be wiped clean easily after the measurement. The oil quality device is available in a set including a protection cover and a carrying case and is delivered with a calibration certificate.

Please find more information at www.ebro.com.

Ebro Electronic – Wissenschaftlich-Technische Werkstätten GmbH

ebro Electronic is a fast growing, innovative manufacturer of electronic measurement instruments that are used in food, medicine and pharmacy. As a business unit of Xylem's WTW GmbH, ebro sells its range of proprietary temperature, humidity, pressure, oil quality, and other instruments in over 100 countries. Xylem is a company headquartered in the U.S. with over 12,000 employees worldwide and over $3.8 Billion in annual revenues in 2012 that produces superior quality pumping, water treatment, and analytical instrumentation.

Please find more information at www.ebro.com.

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