Sound Investment for Measuring Industrial Noise

Pulsar Model 33 

During difficult economic times, it is often tempting for businesses to postpone certain health & safety projects. Over a million of people in the UK suffer permanent and irreversible deafness, tinnitus or other ear conditions as a result of exposure to excessive noise at work (Source: HSE), therefore if you have issues with noise at work you cannot afford to ignore them.

Pulsar Instruments, a leading UK manufacturer and supplier of sound measuring equipment, are aware that there are increasing time and financial constraints for many health and safety tasks. The company is seeking to provide the end user with robust and affordable noise meters that does exactly what is required to perform a fully compliant and efficient noise survey. 

The Pulsar Model 33 real-time frequency analysers and sound level meters offer:-

  • accurate,
  • compliant,
  • robust and
  • effective solutions for all your noise risk assessment requirements, making them the ideal choice for the busy health and safety professional.

General noise measurements are very straightforward and automatically stored for subsequent reporting. For noisy workstations or areas where noise control is difficult the prescription of hearing protection will be required.

The Class 1 Model 33 and Class 2 Model 33-2 can quickly carry out a real-time 1:1 Octave Band measurement, where all 10 individual bands are measured simultaneously.

Measurement range is:

22dB(A) to 137dB(A), 23dB(C) to 137cB(C), 27dB(Z) to 137dB(Z), Peak to 140dB(C)

Prescription of hearing protection, calculations and reporting are all dealt with automatically, using the outstanding Analyser software, which is supplied as standard with the Model 30 or Model 30-2.

With 40 years of experience in the noise measurement sector, Pulsar Instruments offer equipment and guidance to give any the user the confidence to perform a fully compliant noise assessment with the minimum of time and effort.

Enquire how Pulsar Model 30 will help your health and safety strategy by contacting our team on +44 1723 518011 or by emailing your noise measurement request here.