Customer Message - Disruption due to Coronavirus *** Updated 29/03/20 ***

We are currently operating with a minimum of essential staff. Whilst we continue to dispatch orders, we would be grateful if customers would bear with us. Orders are being dealt with on a strict first come first served basis, but we cannot guarantee dispatch or delivery will meet our usual standards.

If ordering from us, please note:
  • 1. Our couriers are suffering from higher demand and are struggling to meet their delivery targets. We therefore cannot guarantee delivery service lead times, particularly if you choose the Overnight or Express options.
  • 2. We are currently unable to maintain our online stock levels in real time. This sometimes results in stock showing as being available when we have sold out of an item. Customers affected will be offered alternatives wherever possible.
  • 3. We are no longer able to process orders for bespoke items, including garment embroidery.
  • 3. We are unable to answer telephone enquiries or take telephone orders. If you need to contact us, please email.
We would like to wish all our customers the very best in these difficult times and hope you manage to stay safe and healthy.

Workplace Thermometers

Thermometers that show the minimum recommended workplace temperature.

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Further Information

Our range of workplace thermometers help to ensure that you keep the temperature of you work environment within acceptable levels. These instruments work equally well as an office thermometer or a factory thermometer.

Regulation 7 of The Workplace (Health, Safety and Welfare) Regulations 1992 Regulations deals specifically with the temperature in indoor workplaces. It requires that during working hours, the temperature in all workplaces inside buildings shall be reasonable. This means there should be no need for special clothing, with the exception of workrooms where keeping a reasonable temperature is impractical, for example bakeries and cold stores.

The temperature in workrooms (whether they be an office, factory or any workplace in between) should normally be at least 16 degrees Celsius unless much of the work involves severe physical effort in which case the temperature should be at least 13 degrees Celsius.
These temperatures may not, however, ensure reasonable comfort, depending on other factors such as air movement and relative humidity.

Our workplace thermometers are simple, cost effective, and practical instruments designed to fulfil one specific purpose. They are supplied by UK manufacturer Brannan in two different sizes, 215mm and 240mm.