ThermoWorks

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    ThermoWorks technology company dedicated to superior temperature instrumentation and sensors for the food service industry as well as food processing, pharmaceuticals, transportation, manufacturing, and other markets in science and industry. ThermoWorks tools  are also used in road construction and repair, heavy industry, manufacturing, utilities, heating and air conditioning, plastics and rubber, research and science, as well as dozens of hobby applications. 

    TypePrivate
    Founded1997
    HQAmerican Fork, UT, US
    Websitethermoworks.com

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    Employees (est.) (Jan 2021)47(+3%)
    Cybersecurity ratingCMore

    Key People/Management at ThermoWorks

    Randy Owen

    Randy Owen

    President & CEO

    ThermoWorks Office Locations

    ThermoWorks has an office in American Fork
    American Fork, UT, US (HQ)
    741 E 930 S
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    Founding Date

    1997

    ThermoWorks Cybersecurity Score

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    70/100

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    Cakes, Breads, Custards, and More: Doneness Temperatures for Baked Goods

    There are few smells as good as the smells made by homemade baked goods. And there are few disappointments so full of treachery like cutting into a beautiful lavender-glazed blueberry-lemon poundcake to find the center is still doughy—it’s the things we do to ourselves that hurt the most, right? Did…

    Rolled Brisket: Temping a Joint of Beef

    We look at a lot of recipes and food photos here. I mean, like, a lot. It’s one of the fun parts of our jobs that we get to spend time browsing blogs, perusing recipes, and poking through the food side of Instagram to find material to talk about. Of course we haven’t seen it […] The post Rolled Bris…

    Jack’s Steak Oscar

    For an extravagant meal, try this steak Oscar—A smoked and seared filet toppped with Béarnaise sauce and king crab with a side of char-seared asparagus. The post Jack’s Steak Oscar first appeared on ThermoWorks.

    Quiche Lorraine: Savory, Perfectly Temped, and Ready for Tomorrow

    Quiche is one of the greatest make-ahead breakfasts I can think of. Meant to be served at room temperature—or even slightly chilled—you not only can make quiche ahead, you have to! That’s one of the reasons it’s so great for Christmas morning breakfast. Imagine this: you’ve gotten up, opened present…

    Apple-filled Kolaches: Temperature Tips

    If you’ve never heard of kolaches (pronounced koh-LAH-cheez), then it’s time you got the good news! Kolaches are simple, delicious pastries that originally hail from the area of the Czech Republic and Slovakia, but have made their way in America as a staple of Texas donut shops, bakeries, and even c…
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    ThermoWorks Frequently Asked Questions

    • When was ThermoWorks founded?

      ThermoWorks was founded in 1997.

    • Who are ThermoWorks key executives?

      ThermoWorks's key executives are Randy Owen.

    • How many employees does ThermoWorks have?

      ThermoWorks has 47 employees.

    • Who are ThermoWorks competitors?

      Competitors of ThermoWorks include Computime, Brigates Microelectronic and ADPM Drones.

    • Where is ThermoWorks headquarters?

      ThermoWorks headquarters is located at 741 E 930 S, American Fork.

    • Where are ThermoWorks offices?

      ThermoWorks has an office in American Fork.

    • How many offices does ThermoWorks have?

      ThermoWorks has 1 office.