industrial noise Equipment in Kentucky

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01dB - Model FUSION - Smart Sound & Vibration Analyzer

by ACOEM     based in Limonest Cedex, FRANCE

FUSION, the new sound level meter and analyzer from 01dB, is simply unique. With its compact, robust and practical design, FUSION is ideal for use in the field. FUSION offers an innovative solution for noise and vibration measurement, with high-performance features designed to facilitate analysis. It offers excellent connectivity, enabling you to ...


Model EC Series - Sludge Dewatering Press

by AMCON Inc.     based in Yokohama, JAPAN

EC series standard model Volute dewatering presses consist of the basic configuration and a sludge conditioning tank.


SmartTrak - Model 100 Series - Compod Programmable Control Module

by Sierra Instruments, Inc.     based in Monterey, CALIFORNIA (USA)

With its advanced mass flow sensor capabilities, the Compod™ control valve, coupled with Sierra’s SmartTrak 100 mass flow meters (MFM’s) or controllers (MFC’s) greatly simplifies air flow control systems and permits networking of multiple instruments using open-source MODBUS RTU protocol. Compod™ also monitors the ...

SuperSting Wi-Fi - Induced Polarization (IP) and Self-potential (SP) Instrument for Geo-electrical Tomography

by Advanced Geosciences, Inc.     based in Austin, TEXAS (USA)

The SuperSting™ with Wi-Fi®is a resistivity, induced polarization (IP) and self-potential (SP) portable instrument with memory storage and user defined measure cycles. It provides the highest accuracy and lowest noise levels in the industry. The instrument comes in two versions, the single channel version R1 and the eight channel version ...

SuperSting - Model R1/IP - Resistivity Meter

by Advanced Geosciences, Inc.     based in Austin, TEXAS (USA)

The SuperSting R1/IP resistivity meter is a state-of-the-art portable earth resistivity meter with memory storage of readings and user defined measure cycles. It is based on the same technology as the SuperSting R8/IP but with a single channel. SuperSting R1 is a low-cost variant of SuperSting R8 which can deal with any size of resistivity survey ...

SuperSting - Model R8/IP - Multi-Channel Earth Resistivity Meter with IP

by Advanced Geosciences, Inc.     based in Austin, TEXAS (USA)

The SuperSting R8/IP is an 8-channel Earth Resistivity meter with IP measuring capability. Simultaneous measurements at 8 channels make the SuperSting R8 up to 8 times faster than a single channel instrument. It could collect up to 4600 resistivity data per hour. SuperSting R8 is best suited for 3D resistivity imaging surveys, collecting data over ...

Model 381-NMS - Permanent Noise Monitoring System

by Larson Davis, a division of PCB Piezotronics     based in Depew, NEW YORK (USA)

An Integrated Hardware & Software System with Digital Communication and an Open Interface for Long Term Noise Monitoring Applications. The Model 831-NMS permanent noise monitoring system is designed for long term monitoring around airports, industrial facilities, motorsport complexes, wind farms, mining operations, and within the general ...

Casella - Model 24x Series - Digital Sound Level Meter

by Casella     based in Kempston, UNITED KINGDOM

A simple survey instrument such as the 24x Series is ideal for general noise measurements like walk through surveys, spot checks on machinery or testing of fire alarms. Using the latest digital technology the instrument is able to give the highest levels of accuracy and performance.

Casella - Model 62x Series - Digital Sound Level Meter

by Casella     based in Kempston, UNITED KINGDOM

The 62x Series sound level meters can be used for simultaneous measurement of all workplace noise parameters.  The instrument uses an intuitive, colour coded display to ensure ease of use.

The Larson Davis - Rapid Deployment Noise Monitoring System

by Larson Davis, a division of PCB Piezotronics     based in Depew, NEW YORK (USA)

NoiseTutor: Continuous monitoring of environmental data in remote areas has always presented a unique set of challenges. Typical solutions involve complex installations, frequent visits to remote locations to keep the system fully operational and require expert level attention to retrieve and share data amongst customers, consultants and project ...

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