Ideal for any spa environment. Keep clients and spa professionals safe by minimizing the spread of disease.
Infrared Thermometer is a non-contact electronic thermometer. It professionally measures the temperature of the human body. This infrared thermometer determines the body temperature by measuring the amount of infrared energy radiated by the body.
In order to properly use this product, please read the manual carefully. In particular the safety precautions.
The thermometer’s instruction manual provides detailed information regarding the purpose of the device. Therefore, other safety precautions are:
It is important to add a thermometer to your list of tasks when seeing clients. It is the new normal to take your client’s temperature before performing any service. This provides additional health protection for you and your spa facility.
The non-contact thermometer makes it easy to obtain a temperature without being in close proximity to the client’s space. Make sure when clients visit your spa you wear a procedure mask and safety glasses before escorting clients to the treatment rooms.
There are also three “Color-coded” level indicators:
The infrared thermometer measures the skin’s surface on the forehead. As well as measuring the temperature of an object (bath water, milk, etc.). Make sure the sensor is clean otherwise it will affect the accuracy.
Each box comes with a manual along with complete details for use and a guide. The non-contact approach reduces the spread of disease. It is easy to clean and sanitize in between clients.
Before seeing clients it is always good to take their temperatures in a safe, clean, and friendly environment before performing any skincare service. This protects the client, spa, and you.
Measuring a person’s temperature can be done in several ways. One method to measure a person’s surface temperature is with the use of non-contact infrared thermometers (NCITs). NCITs may be used to reduce cross-contamination risk and minimize the risk of spreading disease.
While typically 98.6°F (37.0°C) is considered a “normal” temperature, some studies have shown that “normal” body temperature can be within a wide range, from 97°F (36.1°C) to 99°F (37.2°C). Before NCITs are used, it is important to understand the benefits, limitations, and proper use of these thermometers. Improper use of NCITs may lead to inaccurate measurements of temperature.
It is important for licensed skincare professionals, massage therapists, nail technicians, and body therapists to implement proper safety procedures to maintain a safe environment for clients and employees. Providing the appropriate devices is essential for everyone’s well-being.
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