Safety Instruments

There is a common saying in the control systems world: “if you want to control something, first
make sure you can measure it.” We need to control the risks of harm or losses in the workplace due to hazards of all forms. Therefore, Risk is to be measured before controlling it. The risk can be evaluated qualitatively or quantitatively. The qualitative approach it requires that the risk be
described in terms such as “high” or “low” or “moderate” In this case, risk can range from gasses, food, noise/sound and even light.

Gas Detectors;
The gas detector meets the requirements for personal safety and issued mainly for the detection of methane, hydrogen sulphide, carbon monoxide and oxygen levels (along with 50 other possible gases). The auto-calibration function allows for easy recalibration of the gas detector. Depending
on the model, the gas detector has the ability to store data and later transfer recorded values to a
computer.

Sound Level Meter / Noise Level Meter; A sound level meter is a measuring instrument used to assess noise or sound levels by measuring sound pressure. Often referred to as a sound pressure level (SPL) meter, decibel (dB) meter, noise meter or noise dosimeter. A sound level meter uses a microphone to capture sound. The sound is then evaluated within the sound level meter and acoustic measurement values are shown on the display of the sound level meter.
The most common unit of acoustic measurement for sound is the decibel (dB); however, some sound level meter devices also determine the equivalent continuous sound level (Leq) and other acoustic parameters. With a portable sound level meter, industrial hygiene and workplace safety professionals can measure sound levels in multiple locations to ensure environmental conditions fall within recommended exposure limits (RELs). Some sound level meter devices can be permanently installed for continuous monitoring of sound levels at a work or job site.

Food Hygiene; Food hygiene is required to ensure food safety throughout the food supply chain, from food production and food processing to food distribution, food storage, food preparation and food consumption. From quality control inspections of food products on the manufacturing floor to food safety and health inspections of food storage conditions in shipping containers, grocery stores and restaurants, food hygiene is carefully monitored using different types of scientific measuring instruments. A number of food hygiene regulations exist to ensure proper food hygiene practices. To help industry professionals meet food hygiene standards, Our Instruments offers a wide range of food / hygiene testing equipment.