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Real Time Vibration Monitoring

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What is Real-Time Wireless Vibration Monitoring?

MIT provides a cost efficient ways by integrating smart vibration meter and created an uninterrupted and continuous monitoring for your construction site needs. MIT's proprietary M.I.R.T system and web based platform which we called it Monitoring In Real Time system provides a solutions to lower manpower cost for monitoring vibration levels from construction sites within or to nearby residential buildings also meets with the regulatory requirement for Building Construction Authority (BCA) & DIN 4150-3 standard.

The Wireless Real-Time Construction Vibration Monitoring System consists of Vibration meter or seismograph monitor  (meets DIN4150-3 requirement) and using 4G high speed cellular modem to transmit "LIVE" vibration readings to our platform. . You can also print directly from the website for generation of noise report for submission.

Lastly, using solar-powered and backup battery to ensure the system operation integrity for uninterrupted and continuous throughout your projects requirement. On-site troubleshooting for the system during breakdown will also be available to minimize and reduce the "break-down time" will be available too. 

What are the Standards and Requirements?  

  • DIN 4150 - 2 : Structural vibration - Part 2: Human exposure to vibration in buildings

  • DIN 4150 - 3 : Structural vibration - Part 3: Effects of vibration on structures

  •  BS 5228-2 (BS 7385-2) : Code of practice for noise and vibration control on construction and open sites

  • BS 5228-4 : Code of practice for noise and vibration control applicable to piling operations

  • ISO 2631 - 2 (1989) : Evaluation of human exposure to whole-body vibration

  • ISO 2631 - 2 (2003) : Evaluation of human exposure to whole-body vibration 

What is Structure Vibration?  

Structural vibration occurs when dynamic forces generated by compressors, pumps, and engines cause the deck beams to vibrate. ... The vibration is due to the structure being mechanically resonant. The term “resonance” occurs when dynamic forces coincide with the natural frequencies of the supporting structure.

What is Human Vibration Exposure?  

Vibration can cause changes in tendons, muscles, bones and joints, and can affect the nervous system. Collectively, these effects are known as Hand-Arm Vibration Syndrome (HAVS). Workers affected by HAVS commonly report: attacks of whitening (blanching) of one or more fingers when exposed to cold.

What is Mechanical Vibration?  

Mechanical vibration is defined as the measurement of a periodic process of oscillations with respect to an equilibrium point. ... Attention will be paid to vibrating systems such as beams, strings, plates and membranes, vibration isolation, critical speeds, the balancing of rotating and reciprocating machinery.

What is Peak Velocity Value (PPV) in vibration?  

PPV is a measurement of maximum ground particle movement speed, specified in the U.S. in inches per second (in/sec) and in most of the rest of the world in millimeters per second (mm/sec)

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