The QUESTemp° 34 area heat stress monitor struts its stuff with its ability to protect groups of workers with a single instrument. The dry bulb sensor measures ambient temperature. The wet bulb sensor takes into account evaporative cooling, giving an indication of the effects of humidity on an individual. And the globe sensor provides an indication of radiant heat exposure due either to direct light or hot objects in an environment. The QUESTemp° 34 environmental monitor converts all these measurements to a simple, single-number indoor and outdoor WBGT index that can used in conjunction with guidelines from ACGIH, the U.S. Navy, EPRI, ISO and other standards-setting organizations. Use the QUESTempº 34 area heat stress monitor with any of these guidelines to determine appropriate work and rest regiments or stay times for workers in situations where heat stress is a life safety issue and a liability risk. While the QUESTempº 34 will print a report without the need for special software, Quest Suite software, an optional rental item, facilitates custom reports and graphs.
The datalogging QUESTemp° 36 is the premier monitor within the QUESTemp° Series of Thermal Environment Monitors. The QUESTemp° 36 further simplifies heat stress management efforts by providing users with realtime guidance on stay times and work/rest regimens. The QUESTemp° 36 eliminates the need to carry paper charts, pocket guides and look-up tables into the field.
The Model 2800 is a rugged Type 2 integrating sound level meter that provides comprehensive data for occupational and environmental noise measurements. The meter displays and prints sound level, integrated sound level, maximum and minimum level, SEL, peak and impulse readings. The Quest 2800 outputs directly to almost any serial printer to provide exceedance level charts. When used with the Quest octave band filter sets, the 2800 also prints each octave or one-third octave band reading from memory.
The Quest 2900 is an advanced sound level meter which performs a wide variety of acoustical measurements. Both exponential averaged and time integrated measurements may be made, with the capability of either internal or external data logging. The output of an independently weighted peak detector may also be displayed or logged. Applications include laboratory, industrial, community and audiometric measurement and analysis. The user ultimately controls what is logged, displayed, and printed; select from SPL, LAVG, TWA, max, min, LDN, CNEL, Pa2Hrs, SEL, exceedance levels and time information. Manual, automatic, or threshold-triggered studies provide the user with versatile control. The 2900 provide fast, slow, peak and impulse response with A, C, or linear weighting.
Quest models QC10- and QC20 are accurate electroacoustic calibrators that generate a stable acoustic signal at a controlled frequency and aamplitude level. Their principal use is for a calibration accuracy check of sound level meters and oise dosimeters. Other acoustic analyzers, such as FFT or Real Time Spectrum annalyzers, hearing aid test instruments, or other audio systems utilizing a microphone for input signals, may be calibrated with the QC-10 and QC-20.
The VI-100 is a basic wideband vibration meter for shock or pulsation checks, basic machinery condition monitoring and comparative studies, quality specification checks or general engineering work. The industrial hygiene professional can use the meter to evaluate tool vibration and isolation effectiveness for workers who might be exposed to potentially hazardous conditions.
Now available to rent or hire from Pine. The HAVPro hand arm vibration monitor, is a compact, lightweight, fully integrated 3-channel instrument for obtaining tri-axial vibration measurements. This basic monitor is the ideal screening tool for quickly and simply determining the presence and magnitude of hazardous hand-arm or whole-body vibration levels. Time history data also allows insight into exposure variations over time. This unit is used in the Health and safety industry. Available to rent on short and long terms contact Pine for more details.
The Q-300 personal noise dosimeter is perfect for applications such as workplace evaluations, personal exposures, compliance assessments and environmental analysis. The hire Dosimeter comes set to OSHA, ISO requirements. The unit calculates, displays and stores sound pressure levels, max and min levels, peak levels, averages (Leq or Lavg), time weighted averages, sound exposure levels, dose and projected dose, and exposure in Pascal squared hours and is perfect for short term dosimeter rental. Time histories for average levels, max and peak, plus statistical tables are readily available for printout.
The NoisePro DLX personal noise dosimeter now available for rental, has many programmable settings to serve a variety of applications. Automatic and user defined setups allow this hire dosimeter to simply monitor the regulatory standards. A large LCD screen, perfect for industrial applications, shows measured and calculated parameters in an easy-to-understand format. The data logging capability of the NoisePro DLX provides even more data per time history interval, intervals as fine as one second in duration and host of additional programmable features.
The Quest 2100 Sound Level Meter provides you with a choice of General Purpose Type 2(2100) accuracy, a broader measurement range and optional detachable microphones.