Why Settle for Mediocrity in Vibration Monitoring
By Aidan Hubbard, Sales Director
What constitutes the bare minimum in vibration monitoring? Peak Particle Velocity (PPV) and Vibration Dose Value (VDV) simultaneously running together is the bare minimum you should accept, this isn’t advanced functionality.
Spending thousands of pounds on an instrument to do one thing? That’s like buying a car that can only drive up the M1, and then having to own another car that can only drive on A roads…and another for B roads, and so on you get my point.
Imagine purchasing a car that boasts an impressive battery life, can drive on all roads and has an extended warranty and it just so happened to be a Ferrari but only cost you the price of a Vauxhall Corsa.
The Svantek SV 803 raises the bar by offering more than just PPV and advanced VDV. It boasts a 6-month battery life, 1/3 octaves RMS, and an advanced IEST VC alarm capability extending down to VC-G and below. The device even incorporates sophisticated alarms based on multiple measurement periods throughout the day. Comparable to an industrial PC and powered like a V8 engine, its compact size fits in your hand.
This we believe is the bare minimum of a next generation vibration monitor but Svantek go further than the bare minimum.
The system also provides WAV recording for both events and continuous monitoring, real-time FFT analysis directly on the device, and online access through SvanNET. With dedicated IOS and Android applications, it transforms into a portable, live meter.
Furthermore, it seamlessly connects users to the world leading SvanNET platform for noise, dust, and vibration measurements.
So, let’s not be content with the ordinary, acoustics consultants deserve better than that! ! Push your boundaries and get a Svantek 803 on a free trial today.