Using the FLIR camera to scan for condensation build-ups allows the user to view moisture which could go undetected and can also be used for inspecting pipe work and detecting roofing problems.
The camera has enabled the council to explain to tenants the reason for the presence of damp and condensation, by providing an in-depth survey of the building in a short period of time.
The Noise at Work courses will be held in Warrington at the Ideal Industries head office on the 19th February and at the company’s training facility in Kempston on the 19th March. The event will cover acoustics, understanding terminology and the application of legislation, in addition to a practical noise assessment session and sections on[…]
Many in the construction industry have speculated about what features the city of 2050 will offer. Ideas such as living street lights, smart buildings and farmscrapers frequently arise and, in some places, are already in development. With mounting pressure on resources, increasing populations and rapid climate change, new technology and conceptual designs will be vital[…]
The company’s CEL-633 sound level meter was brought in to measure and impart Forshaw’s occupational noise levels. The product s 2GB memory stores more than a year of continuous data and can be set to trigger audio recording and collect additional information when the monitor is unattended. The CEL-633 complies with all the latest international[…]