digital sound level meter Articles

  • Buying Noise Measurement Equipment: how to cut costs, not quality

    At a time when budgets are under strain, the Pulsar Model 14, ultra-simple digital sound level meter offers a compliant, reliable, yet affordable noise meter. It is the preferred choice of employers looking for a meter for general purpose use whilst meeting the “Noise at Work” Regulations and the requirements of IEC 61672 to Class 2.  The ...

    By Pulsar Instruments Plc

  • International Noise Awareness Day 2018

    You have to make some noise to end it Pulsar Instruments Plc (25 April 2018) – On International Noise Awareness Day 2018 we’re making some noise about ‘Noise at Work’. “It is time to address the threat that noise poses to our hearing and to our health” says Simon Rehill, General Manager of Pulsar Instruments. The World ...

    By Pulsar Instruments Plc

  • Buy sound level meters online with total confidence

    Why you should have faith when you buy sound level meters online from Pulsar Instruments High standards of management and quality controls Pulsar Instruments plc, is one of the fastest growing manufacturers and suppliers of noise measurement products in the world, announced today that it has resecured its recertification audit from the British ...

    By Pulsar Instruments Plc

  • What is a noise survey?

    A noise survey involves taking noise measurements throughout an entire plant or a particular section to identify noisy areas. A survey is used to establish whether employees are being exposed to occupational noise levels exceeding the exposure limits set by the regulations (in the UK, the Control of Noise at Work Regulations 2005) or even the limits set by the ...

    By Pulsar Instruments Plc

  • Hospital noise at night exceeds WHO recommended levels

    Lack of sleep due to hospital noise on wards is a problem for many patients around the world as sleep plays an important role in regulating the impact of pain and the immune system as well as people’s mental and emotional well-being. It, therefore, follows that there is growing evidence that shorter and poorer quality sleep in hospitals is linked with slower patient recovery and longer ...

    By Pulsar Instruments Plc

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