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Pulsar measurement technology helps monitor harmful noise levels

05 February 2015

Watch this video to discover a quick and simple way to reduce risk from exposure to noise.

Click here to view the Pulsar Instruments videoThis short video introduces the latest technology to help employers comply with Noise at Work regulations (2005) and to ensure that any exposure to noise is kept within legal levels. 
This comes at a time when a progressive and significant increase in the number of NIHL claims since 2001 has been recorded - 60,000 claims notifications within the UK alone in 2013 - (Source: Institute of Actuaries).

Pulsar Instruments, said to be the fastest growing manufacturer of noise measurement products in the world, has launched Pulsar Nova, six outstanding professional Class 1 and 2 sound level meters. The innovative and stunning-looking meters, which are manufactured entirely in the UK, are compliant with IEC 61672-1:2002 and are designed to survive the toughest conditions.
A die-cast metal case gives this sound meter superior strength and durability compared to its plastic rivals. It holds a high resolution colour OLED display, making it ideal for use in the widest range of lighting environments. The removable preamplifier attaches reliably using a LEMO® connector. 
Noise measurements are made in 3 simple steps:  ‘On', ‘Calibrate' and ‘Start'. The meter then takes all the necessary measurements simultaneously before displaying the results on a large, easy-to-read colour display. 
Once the measurements have been taken, they can be transferred to a PC using Pulsar AnalyzerPlus software. This will enable Safety Professionals to perform further analysis, displaying the results in various graphical formats. 
Pulsar Instruments Plc is an ISO 9001:2008 Certified Company (Certificate FS517347), so you can be confident that the noise monitoring solutions provided will always live up to, if not exceed, your expectations.
Call now and speak to one of their friendly Noise at Work experts on 01723 518011with any questions on noise at work measurements you may have.
More info is available on the website at: www.pulsarinstruments.com