Why You Need A Noise Dosimeter

The word "noise" is derived from the Latin "nausea" "disgust, annoyance discomfort" and is described as an unwanted sound. Noise pollution is becoming a major problem not only in Australia but globally.

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Engineering Portable Gas Detectors for Adverse Conditions

Portable gas detectors are often used in emergency situations. They are designed to be taken out into the field and therefore have to be rugged and strong enough to withstand a range of adverse conditions, such as storms and harsh weather.

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The MiniRAE 3000

The MiniRAE 3000 is the 3rd generation PID from RAE Systems and is the first portable VOC gas detector with a built-in wireless radio modem for real time data and alarm transmission

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What Are Calibration Gases Used For?

Gas detectors including the MiniRAE 3000, MultiRAE and QRAE II instruments are intended to protect workers from unknown hazards that may be present in the workplace, including confined spaces

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Why Is Hand-Arm And Whole Body Vibration Detection Important?

There are two main types of vibration hand-arm (HAV) and whole-body (WBV). Long term health issues arise when workers are exposed to the effects of HAV and WBV.

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Why You Need A Sound Level Meter

If you work in an industry that frequently exposes its employees or neighbouring communities to excessive noise, you may be familiar with a sound level meter and what it does

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Save Lives With Effective Air Sampling

In many industries, the process of air sampling is a highly important one for measuring and analyzing the levels of potentially dangerous contaminants in the workplace.

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Which MiniRAE Device Is Best Suited To Each Industry?

Today, there are two MiniRAE devices that are commonly employed by a range of businesses to detect potentially hazardous gases in their workplaces - the 3000 and the Lite models. But which device is best suited to each industry?

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Why use a Noise Dosimeter?

Hearing damage from loud noise can happen anywhere, as the human ear is incredibly sensitive. The ears cannot distinguish between a lawnmower at 90dB or a concert at 90dB

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