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HAV Meter - vB hand arm vibration meter

HAV Meter - vB hand arm vibration meter
HAV Meter - vB hand arm vibration meter
HAV Meter - vB hand arm vibration meter
HAV Meter - vB hand arm vibration meter
HAV Meter - vB hand arm vibration meter
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HAV meter is for measuring the hand-arm vibration of handheld power tools in order to find out how long it can be safely used.

The Pulsar vB is the only HAV meter you need to take accurate measurements of power tools and start protecting your workers from Hand Arm Vibration Syndrome (HAVS) and your business from costly fines and compensation claims.

Features

    • Only 3 operational buttons for simple use
    • Tri-axial vibration meter
    • Meets ISO 8041:2005 (Human response to vibration) for compliance with ISO 5359:2001 (Measurement and evaluation of human exposure to hand-transmitted vibration)
    • Large dynamic range: Frequency range 2hz - 500hz +/-10% 
    • Measurement parameters: acceleration, Aeq, Amax, Peak, Vector Sum, Exposure Points
    • Re-chargeable battery pack and charger
    • Large 'Flash' memory storing up to 992 recordings
    • Rugged accelerometer, and impact resistant body and cable
    • Large color OLED display with color-coded measurements (Red, Amber, Green)

 

Workers are at risk of HAVS if they regularly use hand-held or hand-guided power tools and machines such as:

  • Concrete breakers, concrete pokers;
  • Sanders, grinders, disc cutters;
  • Hammer drills;
  • Chipping hammers;
  • Chainsaws, brush cutters, hedge trimmers,
  • Powered mowers;
  • Scrabblers or needle guns.

Workers are also at risk if they hold workpieces that vibrate while being processed by powered machinery such as pedestal grinders.

They are particularly at risk if they regularly operate:

  • hammer action tools for more than about 15 minutes per day; or
  • some rotary and other action tools for more than about one hour per day
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