Temperature indicator device

Temperature indicator device (TID). A precalibrated temperature-measuring instrument containing a chemical compound activated at a specific temperature (the melting point of the chemical compound) identical to the processing temperature that must be reached by the meat being cooked. The Administrator will approve a TID for use after determining that the chemical compound in the device is activated at the specific temperature required.

Source

9 CFR § 94.0


Scoping language

As used in this part, the following terms shall have the meanings set forth in this section.

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