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, US
    Websitethermoworks.com

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    Employees (est.) (Mar 2020)37

    ThermoWorks Office Locations

    ThermoWorks has an office in American Fork
    American Fork, US (HQ)
    741 E 930 S
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    1997
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    Kids Can Cook! 5 Cooking Projects to Try with Your Kids

    Looking for something to do with kids while sharing some additional time together indoors, maybe? Get them to help you cook! With the right projects and tools—and some patient instruction—you can help your kids learn about the art and science of cooking. Here are a few kid-approved projects from the…

    Korean Short ribs: Kalbi Can Be Temped!

    if there is a food palate that pairs sweet and savory together better than Korean food, I’m not sure what it could be. Korean cuisine—and its American adaptations—joins the deep savory of soy sauce and fermented pastes with the pleasant sweetness of sugar, honey, and fruits like no other. And a prim…

    Which Alarm Thermometer is Right for Me?

    BBQ season is heating up. Are you going to compete this year? Or are you going to perfect your brisket? Ribs? Is this the year you finish that home-built stick-burner you’ve been planning? Or are you getting more serious about roasting or baking right now? Whatever it is that you plan to accomplish,…

    Loads of Pulled Pork: Use the Smoke X4™ for Success

    So you invited a few close friends for a cookout. But one of them asked if one or two of his friends could come along, and you absentmindedly said “sure, why not?” Then your sister called and said she was going to be in town with the kids that weekend… It’s time for pork butt—lots […]

    Pan-Seared Duck Breast: Thermal Principles

    There are generally two groups of people in this country that eat duck, those with plenty of money to buy it in restaurants and those that hunt it themselves. Duck breast and duck confit adorn the tables of the finest restaurants, while roast duck and duck sausage abound in the hunter’s kitchen. But…

    Smoked Lamb Shoulder: Faster Than Pork and More Flavorful

    Pulled pork is a BBQ classic, and why shouldn’t it be? It’s (pretty) easy to get right, it’s infinitely customizable, and it’s as good on its own on a plate as it is in a sandwich. But if you want to throw a real twist into your pulled-meat sandwich cook, try swapping out the pork […]
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    ThermoWorks Frequently Asked Questions

    • When was ThermoWorks founded?

      ThermoWorks was founded in 1997.

    • How many employees does ThermoWorks have?

      ThermoWorks has 37 employees.

    • Who are ThermoWorks competitors?

      Competitors of ThermoWorks include Unholtz-Dickie, Sensel and UltraSense Systems.

    • 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.