Noise Light Quality Testing

Noise / Light Quality Testing

The magnitude of noise from industries and residential areas need to be monitored and tested as prolonged exposure to such noises leads to loss of hearing, stress, reduced productivity and others. These can be measured and analyzed with noise floor testing and keysight noise figure measurement. Similarly, light quality testing is mandatory as it directly affects the safety and productivity of workers.

Effects of Noise Pollution

  • Loss of hearing
  • Stress related illness
  • Sleep disturbance
  • Low productivity

Effects of Light

  • Increased headaches
  • Worker fatigue
  • Sleep disorders
  • Anxiety / irritability

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Frequently Asked Question

  • What is the purpose of the noise test?
    A noise survey takes noise measurements throughout an entire plant or section to identify noisy areas. Noise surveys provide very useful information which enables us to identify areas where employees are likely to be exposed to harmful levels of noise and personal dosimetry may be needed.
  • Why is noise safety important?
    Sensitivity to noise differs from one individual to the next, but experts believe that damage to hearing occurs when noise levels are higher than 85 decibels, which is about the loudness of heavy traffic.
  • How is noise measured?
    A decibel is a unit used to measure the intensity of a noise or sound. The most common instrument used for measuring noise levels is a Noise Level Meter.
  • What is used to determine light quality?
    Illuminance is the metric that is used to measure the light intensity within a space. It is measured in footcandles or lux – it is the amount of light (lumens) falling on a surface (over any given square foot or square meter).