Non-Contact Forehead Thermometer

  • New Safety Strategies for the Meat and Poultry Industries

    The closing of businesses because of the COVID-19 shutdown has been devastating to the economy and to citizens who now have no means of providing for their families. For those business owners with enough money to stay afloat, this time has been an opportunity to re-tool, re-focus and determine how best to proceed in this new environment. Another group of businesses, meat and poultry processors, for example, hasn’t had down time because they have continued operating. Some have even experienced massive increases in the demand for their products.

  • Protecting Your Team from COVID-19 Transmission

    In a matter of months, the Coronavirus has dealt a major blow to the United States, and we may never be the same. Major institutions are at the point of unravelling. School and university administrators all over the country are debating whether to open their campuses to students in the fall. Sports matches are currently being played in arenas without fans, if at all. Jobless claims have continued to rise. To make matters worse, just when the shelter-in-place orders were lifted and we thought (hoped) the country was on the mend, an attempt to re-open was met with a second wave of virus cases.

  • Take Temperatures Faster with DeltaTrak’s New 15050 Auto-Check Thermometer

    Keeping your customers and employees healthy is no small matter. As you re-open and re-staff, it is often necessary to check temperatures of those entering the facility. But, how can you do this efficiently and quickly especially when you have large numbers of people entering? Now, it is possible to auto temperature check individuals entering your facility for fever symptoms. A high-quality, effective tool at your temperature checking station will help you to quickly identify anyone who has a fever.

  • DeltaTrak’s 15007 Non-Contact Forehead Infrared Thermometer: Your New Screening Tool

    The coronavirus has dramatically changed the way we live. At least for now, many businesses and schools have turned to online meetings and instruction. Sporting and music events have been cancelled altogether. Yet, inevitably, sometimes people will have to meet face-to-face or “mask-to-mask.” What can you do to ensure that you minimize risk and keep the virus from spreading? The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is recommending that businesses consider daily screening of employees—