Tom Irving from McLaughlin & Harvey comments: “As part of our contractual obligation with Kings College Hospital, the noise and vibration associated with the construction project needed to be very tightly managed. It required 24-hour real time monitoring of both surgical and external environments.”
The Svantek SV212 stations were chosen because they were the most competitive, efficient and accurate way of monitoring noise and vibration on site. McLaughlin & Harvey also liked its robust, compact design. Advanced trigger and alarm functions alert when limits are exceeded plus data can be easily accessed and downloaded for inclusion in the monthly reports required by clients.
In line with the Hospital’s specifications, two of the SV212 stations are installed near live surgical theatres whilst the other is located externally.
McLaughlin & Harvey found the stations easy to install and simple to operate following useful training from Svantek. As well as building and construction site monitoring, the SV212 is suitable for online vibration and noise measurement, acoustic map making and web-site population.
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