The Pulsar vB is the only meter you’ll need to measure hand arm vibration of power tools to start protecting your workers from Hand Arm Vibration Syndrome. It’s easy to use, takes all the essential measurements and offers a simple way to report and store the information for your tools. More details …
vB Hand Arm Vibration Meter Hire
£250.00 / week
DescriptionOur Hand Arm Vibration Meter has been designed to conduct highly accurate Hand Arm Vibration measurements of your tools and machinery, helping you to comply with The Control of Vibration at Work Regulations (2005). This is a ‘must have’ all for Health and Safety Managers to assess vibration exposure in their workforce by giving accurate vibration magnitude measurements of the power tools your employees use.
It’s supplied with a simple to attach tri-axial accelerometer with which simultaneous X, Y and Z readings are taken and displayed on the screen in real time. Measurements can be taken in M/S2 or in G, and results are given for Aeq, Peak and Vector Sum. Measured data is also calculated into the HSE’s easy to use colour coded points system, and also displays the Exposure Action Value (EAV) and Exposure Limit Value (ELV) times.
The Accudata vB Hand Arm Vibration Meter is the only meter you need to take hand arm vibration measurements of power tools and start protecting your workers from Hand Arm Vibration Syndrome and your business from costly compensation claims.
- Tri-axial vibration meter
- Fully compliant with ISO 8041 : 2005
- Large dynamic range
- Re-chargeable battery pack and charger
- Large ‘Flash’ memory
- Rugged accelerometer, and impact resistant body and cable
- Large colour display
- Only 3 operational buttons for simple use
- Concrete breakers, concrete pokers;
- Sanders, grinders, disc cutters;
- Hammer drills;
- Chipping hammers;
- Chainsaws, brush cutters, hedge trimmers,
- Powered mowers;
- Scabblers or needle guns.
Workers are also at risk if they hold work pieces which vibrate while being processed by powered machinery such as pedestal grinders.