New Product Release: 3 Level Dishwasher Disinfection Indicator Label T.D.I. Provides PROOF of HACCP Compliance

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TDI is designed to withstand the extreme conditions within an Industrial Dishwasher and provide permanent proof that a rated temperature has been reached. TDI offers 3 temperature levels on one label for three different levels of disinfection. An irreversible color change occurs from white/grey to black; at 150F for standard dish washers, at 160F for a thermal/chemical disinfection and180F when a thermal disinfection temperature has been reached.

T.D.I. is a three level temperature disinfection label that is designed to withstand the extreme conditions within an Industrial Dishwasher and provide permanent proof that a rated temperature has been reached.

An irreversible color change occurs from white/grey to black; at 150F for standard dish washers, at 160F for a thermal/chemical disinfection and180F when a thermal disinfection temperature has been reached.

T.D.I is an adhesive backed label designed to be attached to a dishwasher Tray or Carrier. After the dishwasher has completed its cycle remove and attach T.D.I. to the cleaning documents as a permanent record of temperature attained and proof for HACCP Compliance documentation

T.D.I. is accurate to ± 1°C of Rated Temperature and complies with Section 4.7 of the Food Code calling for an irreversible temperature indicator on Food Contact surfaces and utensils

The white /gray to black color transition is easy to read at the dishwasher during tray removal helping to insure that the proper thermal disinfection temperatures have been reached.

Section 4.7 of the Food Code calls for measuring sanitized food contact surfaces and utensils by an irreversible registering temperature indicator

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