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Tel-Tru Installation Kit for Barbecue Thermometers 1/2 NPT Nut and Washer$6.99 Add to cart
Tel-Tru BQ300 Barbecue Thermometer Black Dial 2.5 Stem
$48.66-22% Add to cart
Glow in the Dark Barbecue Thermometer Long Stem Tel-Tru BQ300
$59.66-25% Add to cart
Tel-Tru Glow in the Dark Barbecue Thermometer 2.5 Stem
$59.66-26% Add to cart
Tel-Tru BQ300 Long Stem Barbecue Thermometer Black Dial$48.66 Read more
Tel-Tru Barbecue Thermometer Plain Dial Red Zones BQ300$46.33 Read more
Smoker Thermometer Long Stem Plain Red Zones Dial Tel-Tru$46.33 Read more
Smoker Thermometer Plain Dial Tel-Tru$35.99 Add to cart
Adjustable Angle Smoker Thermometer BQ575$114.68 Read more
Large 5 Inch Dial Smoker Thermometer$64.86 Read more
Tel-Tru Smoker Thermometer with Reset Short 2.5 inch Stem
$61.06-21% Add to cart
Grill Lid Thermometer Tel-Tru BQ100
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All the Tel Tru bbq thermometer mount into a 3/8″ hole. If this sounds large to you that is because it is. Most higher end off-set smokers already have this size mounting hole on them and it is just covered with a plug, some are even threaded.
Tel Tru bbq thermometer mounting instructions:
The dial faces on the these thermometers start at 3.5 inches or about the size of your fist. This is so that they can be easily read from a distance away. Face color is a matter of personal preference with black being the most popular followed by the glow in the dark versions.
What is the right placement for your Tel Tru bbq thermometer on your smoker?
Ideally you want your thermometer stem positioned at your cooking surface level and without the stem coming in contact with your food or heat source(you will need to consider how long your stem is as well). The right cooking surface location will enable you to get temperature readings closest to your meat and food. Most commercial cookers have the thermometer mounted at the top of the cooker for convenience, and since heat rises you will need to consider this when monitoring your cooking temperatures.
How do you select the right stem length?
For accurate temperature readings, the length of the sensor must be fully immersed inside your cooking chamber. A bimetal thermometer has a coil that is about 2” long located at the bottom of the thermometer stem. Tel-Tru bimetal thermometers have a 360 degree groove so that you can visualize where the sensor is inside the thermometer stem.
You also need to consider where your food will be sitting on your grates, you do not want the stem right up against it. The longer 4 inch and 6 inch stems are difficult to place at grate level in a small smoker but fit well in the large commercial versions.
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