Feverscan® Forehead Fever Thermometer Workforce & Mass Screening Temperature Check

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LCR Hallcrest is pleased to announce that Feverscan, a personal disposable forehead thermometer, is being used for workforce and mass temperature screening measures, additionally it will assist institutions with maintaining social distancing. Feverscan is a Latex free, adhesive backed, self–applied, easy to read, continuous display disposable thermometer that can be read at a distance thereby assisting with maintaining social distancing guidelines while helping to reduce the risk of cross contamination.

LCR Hallcrest is pleased to announce that Feverscan, a personal disposable forehead thermometer, is being used for workforce and mass temperature screening measures, additionally it will assist institutions with maintaining social distancing.

Feverscan is a Latex free, adhesive backed, self–applied, easy to read, continuous display disposable thermometer that can be read at a distance thereby assisting with maintaining social distancing guidelines while helping to reduce the risk of cross contamination.

Made in the USA, suitable for adults and children, these fever thermometers are quick and easy to use. Simply affix on a person’s forehead and read the thermometer scale after 15 seconds. Symptoms of this new Coronavirus include fever and coughing with an incubation period, before symptoms appear, of 2 to 14 days after exposure.

Feverscan products were successfully used worldwide during the SARS epidemic to check for fevers in schools, offices, homes and at airports.

“Feverscan forehead thermometers have been effectively incorporated into our manufacturing plant where we find them universally accepted by our staff and easy to read. LCR Hallcrest as the global leader in Liquid Crystal Forehead Thermometers products is proud to take a leading role in defeating the Coronavirus”. - Rocky Sapienza, V.P. of Operations

About LCR Hallcrest: The company is the leading international manufacturer of “SMART” color and chemical changing labels, thermometers, pigments and graphics that react to environmental and temperature fluctuations, providing visible evidence of change and measurement with in-house design, development and manufacturing capability.

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