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Non-mercury Thermometer (armpit use, large size)

One of the benefits of using a non-mercury thermometer (armpit use) is that it does not contain any harmful toxins. This means that it is safer to use than traditional mercury-based thermometers. Additionally, because this type of thermometer does not rely on liquid mercury, it can be used in locations where liquid mercury may not be available.

Description

Oval type, square shape plastic box and arc shape plastic box are available.

C, F and C & F are available.

Range: 35 – 42 °C / 94 - 108°F

Accuracy: 0.1 in °C scale / 0.2 in °F scale

Non-mercury Thermometer armpit use, large size

What are the benefits of using a non-mercury thermometer (armpit use)?

One of the benefits of using a non-mercury thermometer (armpit use) is that it does not contain any harmful toxins. This means that it is safer to use than traditional mercury-based thermometers. Additionally, because this type of thermometer does not rely on liquid mercury, it can be used in locations where liquid mercury may not be available.

How to use a non-mercury thermometer (armpit use)?

If you are looking for an accurate way to measure your body temperature armpit-style, you may want to consider using a non-mercury thermometer. These instruments use infrared radiation to measure body temperature, and are often considered more accurate than mercury thermometers. Here are instructions on how to use one:

1) Start by removing your shirt if necessary. Place the thermometer in the middle of your arm, just above your elbow. Make sure the probe is touching your skin.

2) After a few seconds, hold the thermometer and look at the display. The temperature should be displayed in degrees Fahrenheit or Celsius.

3) If you're using a Celsius display, note that it's normal for the reading to fluctuate up and down a bit from one reading to the next. This is because human skin can vary a bit in temperature from one spot to another. Just be sure that the reading you get is close to, but not quite, your actual body temperature.

4) If you're using a Fahrenheit display, simply note the number that appears on the screen and compare it to what is listed in tables or online conversion calculators.

What to do if you get a fever with a non-mercury thermometer armpit?

If you are using a non-mercury thermometer armpit, be sure to seek medical attention if you develop a fever. Additionally, if the armpit area is particularly tender or sore, it may be helpful to apply an ice pack for a few minutes before taking the temperature.

A non-mercury thermometer use anon-toxic alcohol rather of mercury to register the temperature. A non-mercury thermometer contain a device called a thermoresistor. The thermoresistor has an electrical current running through it, and the resistance, or how freely the current can flow, changes with temperature. Measures Factual Temperature In °F & °C, Battery Can Be Replaced, Bus Switch-Off, Fast Result In 10 Seconds (For Oral & Under Arm), 100 Coffer (Non Mercury), Flexible Tip Handed For Easy Use, Large TV Display With Last Reading Memory, Buzzer-Beeps When Temperature Reached.

Non-Mercury Thermometer Features

100 safe (non mercury). Flexible tip handed for easy use. Fast result in 10 seconds (for oral and under arm). Large TV display with last reading memory. Buzzer-beeps when temperature reached. Measures factual temperature in °F & °C. Battery can be replaced. Bus switch-off. The Nexgen Medical non-mercury thermometers have made great advancements over the once many times. The blue spirit thermometers listed containing-toxic isoamyl benzoate and color. These health equipment's can be stored horizontally; their separation rate is equal to or better than mercury thermometers. The red spirit thermometers that contain pentane or xylene and color (-100 ° to 50 °C and – 50 ° to 50 °C) should be stored vertically to reduce the chances of separation.

Temperature Ranges and Limits

There are non-mercury thermometers with temperature and delicacy ranges equal to utmost mercury thermometers. An exception is on the high end of the temperature scale. Until lately 260 ° C was the typical limit fornon-mercury thermometers. A new Brown-Spirit thermometer has a maximum range lesser than 300 ° C but the delicacy limit can be ± 5 °C at high temperatures. However, Teflon carpeted mercury thermometers should be used, If scientific procedures can not be performed with non-mercury thermometers. The Teflon coating will help to reduce releases of mercury should a thermometer be broken. The non-mercury thermometers are non-toxic and environmentally safe. The broken glass should be placed in a sharps container to prevent injury. The remaining liquid can be cleaned up with soap and water. Non-mercury Thermometer