Name of New Pulsar Instruments Sound Level Meter Unveiled19th mar 2013
Brand new range of sound level meters from Pulsar Instruments
Find out more about the latest sound level meter range to be added to the portfolio of Pulsar Instruments' products
Pulsar Instruments plc, the leading manufacturer and reseller of high-quality and compliant noise measurement products, has today unveiled the name of its latest sound level meter range. Pulsar Instruments plc have been at the forefront of innovation in design and manufacturing of noise measurement products since 1969 and are proud to introduce their next generation of noise at work meters.
The new range is called the Pulsar Nova ™ which, in astronomical terms, means a ‘new star'.
"This is a fitting name for the latest addition to the Pulsar product portfolio and one that signifies a new era for the company. It is also an effort to truly differentiate us within the industry," said Managing Director Sarah Brack.
This product is another milestone in the company's history as it approaches 45 years in the noise measurement industry. Under its current leadership, Pulsar Instruments continues to deliver total value, for both product and service at a time when budgets are being stretched.
Compliant, easy to use and robust noise meters
The NOVA™ range has been designed to meet the needs and expectations of safety professionals who are required to meet occupational noise regulations. The NOVA™ stays true to Pulsar Instruments' philosophy since its inception in 1969 which is to produce and distribute compliant, performant and simple to use noise level meters.
Pulsar Instruments plc have experienced a rapid expansion in the last few years and continue to experience growth in the UK and overseas despite a challenging economic climate.
With a ‘futuristic theme" at this year's Safety & Health Expo at the NEC in Birmingham, Pulsar will offer visitors a relaxing and informative welcome. The team will be delighted to demonstrate all its products such as its sound level meters, noise dosimeters, noise-activated warning sign and the new Pulsar NOVA™ on stand C15 in Hall 1 during 14-16 May 2013.
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