The Quest Technologies HAVPro basic vibration monitor is a simple and integrated system to quantify and qualify hand-arm and whole-body vibration exposures from power hand tools, transportation and other equipment.
The device is a compact 3-channel instrument for obtaining tri-axial vibration measurements, making it suitable as a screening tool for quickly determining the presence and magnitude of hazardous hand-arm or whole-body vibration levels.
The system includes QuestSuite Professional II software which manages the data to develop both administrative and engineering control solutions to prevent injury.
Users configure the system to their application with predefined and user-defined set-ups in the software. Collected data is recalled at the instrument or uploaded to a PC for further analysis including charts, annotations and archives, while also being able to electronically distribute exposure data.
Post-processing of data includes the ability to combine multiple exposure profiles to obtain total exposure values for multiple tasks or evaluate the impact of control measures on exposures prior to any real purchases or implementations. Multiple scenarios can also be used to help optimise return on investment from a range of exposure control considerations.
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