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The SV104 and SV104IS are the most advanced noise dosimeters on the market by a mile. We thoughts we’d share with you why that is in this video. Just click this link to see what they can really do: SV104 video
Come and visit us on stand B28 at the Health & Safety North Show at the Bolton Arena on the 7th and 8th October. We’ll be showing our full range of H&S monitoring instrumnts including the SV104 personal noise dosimeter with octave band analysis and audio record and the SV103 personla HAV dosimeter.
We’ll also have the world’s best personal air sampling pumps from Gilian, heat stress monitors from LSI and thermal comfort monitors from e-instruments.
We’re delighted to announce that Jacek Kuczynski from our head office in Poland will be presenting a technical paper titled “IMPROVED METHODS OF ASSESSMENT OF WHOLE-BODY VIBRATION RISK IN MOVING VEHICLES” at the “50th UK Conference on Human Responses to Vibration” at the Chilworth Manor Hotel in Southampton in September. For more details on this conference then click here.
To have a sneak preview of the paper then click here
This year the IOHA and BOHS have a joint conference in central London which promises to be the most important of its kind in Europe this year. The conference runs at the London Hilton Metropole from the 27th to 30th April 2015 and there will be visitors from all over the world attending.
Of course Svantek will be there and we’ll be exhibiting our market leading SV104 and SV103 personal noise and vibration dosimeters. We’re also very proud to now be working with Sensidyne and their Gilian personal sampling pumps and LSI Lastem and their heat stress monitoring instrumentation.
We’ll be exhbiting at the INCE wind turbine noise conference in Glasgow on the 20th to 23rd April 2015 at the Radisson Blu Hotel in Glasgow.
Svantek has two instrumentst that are perfect for measuring wind turbine noise; the SV200 noise montiroign station and SVAN977 noise analyser. Come and see us at the show or give us a call to arrange a demonstration at your site.
This webinar is presented by Richard Tyler, Chairman of the IoA’s Measurement & Instrumentation Group.
This presentation describes the role of the acoustic calibrator in obtaining the best possible calibration accuracy of a sound level meter, and therefore the best accuracy of measurement that the meter can achieve.
The correction factors that need to be considered when combining a given calibrator with any sound level meter will be covered in detail, and the method to achieve the correct setting for the sound level meter’s calibration routine demonstrated.
Some do’s and don’ts for this process will be highlighted.
To jon the webinar then follow these instructions
Last month the “49th UK Conference on Human Responses to Vibration” was hosted by the Health and Safety Laboratory at the Pavillion Arts Centre in Buxton. As a world leader in human vibration monitoring, Svantek supported the conference by both presenting a paper and exhibiting. If you’d like to read the paper that Jacek Kuczynski presentated then click here.
We’ll be showing our new personal vibration dosimeter at the Health and Safety North Show in Bolton in October so why not come and have a look. It caused a real storm at the 49th UK Conference on Human Response to Vibration in Buxton.
Come and join us on stand N2301 at Safety & Health Expo at ExCeL London from 17-19 June 2014.
We’ll be launching our SV103, the world’s first personal vibration dosimeter. Also on show will be the SV104, the only personal noise dosimeter that has octave band filters and triggered audio recording built in!
SvanMobile is our new Android application that extends the functionality of our SVAN977 and SVAN979 instruments.
Using the instruments’ inbuilt Bluetooth interface, it enables you to link measurement files from the sound level meter to media files from your Android Smartphone such as photos, video or audio recordings. What’s more, SvanMobile also allows you to automatically add weather data and GPS position to your reports.