This month's newsletter introduces the new Combination Kits for use by Safety Officers when carrying out all types of noise at work assessment.
You can have either the low cost CEL240, the CEL620 or CEL630 Sound Level Meter. The meter is used for making manual measurements - quick checks with the CEL240 or a full detailed noise survey using the higher specification meters. The dBadges are used for longer term assessments and are particularly useful for workers who move between different locations or machines.
When measuring noise in the workplace a sound level meter or noise dosemeter can often be used to achieve the same result: assessing a worker's exposure to noise. However, there are some instances when one is more suitable than the other.
A dosemeter is better for:
A sound level meter is better for:
We have a range of standard Combination Kits that satisfy most Safety Officers' noise measurement needs.
|Economy Combination Kit
This kit includes the low cost CEL240 Sound Level Meter and dBadge Noise Dosimeters. This sound level meter can be used to make quick checks and the dBadges are used for a full occupational noise survey.
|Integrating Combination Kit
This kit includes the CEL620A2 Sound Level Meter and up to three dBadges. The meter is an integrating sound level meter that meets all the requirements for a full occupational noise survey.
|Octave Band Combination Kit
This kit includes the CEL632B2 Sound Level Meter and five dBadges. This meter is fitted with real-time octave band filters for a more detailed analysis and assessment of hearing protectors.
If our standard kits do not meet your needs then we can supply the Combination Kits with a range of sound level meters and up to 10 dBadge Noise Dosemeters.
|Custom Combination Kit
Giving you the option of a CEL240 or CEL600 series Sound Level Meter, either in standard form or with real-time octave band filters. Up to 10 dBadges can be included in the kit.