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    Do not disturb the tenants and respect the environment.

    Who would want to have at building site beneath a window? Nobody. Noise and dust bother, as well as being harmful to the environment. And vibrations could compromise the building structure.

    By MB Crusher based in Fara Vicentino, ITALY.

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    Data loggers and data acquisition monitoring solutions for the construction industries

    Common examples of construction applications include curing concrete, structural testing, temperature monitoring of building materials, vibration monitoring, and more. CAS DataLogger offers many durable and weatherproof data logging solutions monitoring temperature, vibration, pressure, force, and more, along with vibrating wire strain gauge support.

    By CAS DataLoggers based in Chesterland, OHIO (USA).

  • Noise and vibration problem solutions for building & construction sector

    Approved Document E of The Building Regulations (2003 Edition) is the document setting out the requirements for sound insulation in buildings. It contains a requirement that organisations carrying out sound insulation testing should be third party accredited in order to demonstrate their competence to carry out such work. We are registered under The Association of Noise Consultants scheme as a testing organisation.

    By Acoustic Associates Sussex Ltd based in Shoreham Airport, UNITED KINGDOM.

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    Demolition: marks end of era and new beginning

    Demolition gives a mental strong image, the act of destroying something is so powerful and it is certainly not for the faint of heart. But there is another side to it, hidden away, and it is all the planning and organizing behind the scene. It is the sta

    By MB Crusher based in Fara Vicentino, ITALY.

  • Sound instrumentation for building acoustics

    The field of building acoustics consists of two parts; Room Acoustics which deals with sound propagation in a room and Building Acoustics, which deals with sound propagation between rooms. Typically, room acoustics is related to the quality of sound, e.g. concert hall acoustics, while building acoustics is more related to unwanted sound, i.e. when you want to hear as little as possible of what is going on in adjacent rooms. From a measurement technology point of view, the two have a lot in common which shall be...

    By Norsonic AS based in Tranby, NORWAY.

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