The first step to reducing workplace noise:

Identifying areas or operations with excessive exposure is the first step to improving your workplace.

Instruments used for occupational noise measurements are called sound level meters and noise dosimeters.

Our bestselling equipment for measuring sound:

Occupational health and safety is a cornerstone of the business at Levitt-Safety.

We carry sound level meters, environmental noise monitoring stations, noise dosimeters and calibrators from leading manufacturers like Svantek and SoundEar.

We can provide product recommendations, quotes, training and support. Fill out the form to get started.

Sound level meters

SVAN 971

SV 971 class 1 sound level meter

Class 1 sound level meter

  • Options for 1/1 and 1/3 octave analysis and audio recording
  • All data is recorded on a 16 GB memory card

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SVAN 973

Svantek SV973 sound leve meter

Class 2 sound level meter

  • Frequency range up to 10 kHz
  • Measures 25 dB to 128 dB
  • All data is recorded on a 16 GB memory card

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SoundEar 3

Soundear 3 sound level meter

Class 2 sound level meter

  • Visualizes noise in hospital rooms
  • Changes colour with sound volume

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Noise dosimeters

SV 104

SV 104 dual channel noise dosimeter

Personal noise dosimeter

  • Voice comments
  • Audio events recording
  • 8 GB memory
  • OLED screen

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SV 104A

SV 104 dual channel noise dosimeter

Personal noise dosimeter

  • Bluetooth-enabled for smartphone connectivity
  • Voice comments
  • Audio events recording

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SV 104IS

SV 104IS dual channel noise dosimeter

Personal noise dosimeter

  • Intrinsically safe
  • 1/2″ MEMS microphone
  • Measures noise from 60 dBA Leq to 140 dB Peak

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SV 102A+

SV 102 dual channel noise dosimeter

Class 1 dual-channel

  • Can be used as a real-time 1/1 octave and 1/3 octave analyser
  • Audio events recording function
  • 8 GB memory

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SV 102+

SV 102 dual channel noise dosimeter

Class 2 dual-channel

  • Accurate measurement of noise exposure
  • Microphone in real ear (MIRE) measurements

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Acoustic calibrators

An acoustic calibrator is a device that produces an acoustic pressure of a defined level and frequency to create a template. Using this template, you can check the accuracy of the measurements performed with the sound level meter and/or calibrate it if an error occurs.

SV 33B

SV33 acoustic calibrator

Class 1 sound calibrator

  • Produces a 114 dB acoustic pressure at 1 kHz
  • Calibrates class 1 and class 2 sound level meters and dosimeters with 1/2″ microphones

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SV 36

SV36 acoustic calibrator

Class 1 sound calibrator

  • Infrared sensor detects microphone presence
  • Built-in microprocessor
  • Designed for calibration at 94 dB and 114 dB at 1 kHz frequency

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SV 34B

SV34 acoustic calibrator

Class 2 sound calibrator

  • Generates a 114dB reference signal at 1 kHz
  • Designed to calibrate class 2 sound level meters and noise dosimeters with 1/2″ microphones

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Environmental noise monitoring stations

SV 307 4G

SV 307 noise monitoring station

Class 1 station

  • 4G modem and outdoor enclosure
  • Monitors noise levels, spectra, record audio signals and GPS locations
  • Waterproof housing

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SV 279 PRO

Sv 279 prime svantek noise monitoring system

Class 1 station

  • 4G modem and outdoor enclosure
  • Can be installed on a mast
  • Broadband results such as Leq, Max, Min and Peak
  • Waterproof case

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SV 277 PRO

SV 277 noise monitoring station

Class 1 station

  • 4G modem
  • SVAN 977 can be used as handheld meter
  • Broadband results such as Leq, Max, Min and Peak
  • Waterproof housing

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SV 271 LITE

SV 271 noise monitoring station

Class 1 station

  • 4G modem
  • SVAN 971 can be used as handheld meter
  • Broadband results such as Leq, Max, Min and Peak
  • Waterproof housing

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Why is monitoring noise in the workplace important?

Noise is one of the most common occupational health hazards. It’s a risk in every industry from manufacturing and mining to restaurants and farms. Serious damage or permanent hearing loss are the main health concerns.

The noise levels in your workplace must be managed to prevent hearing damage.

Reducing noise with engineering controls is the best solution. When you cannot control the hazard, you need to consider personal protective equipment (PPE) like earmuffs or earplugs. You should also use instruments to monitor and report on the level of sound in your workplace.

Have a question?

Our team of instrument specialists is ready to help any questions you may have.

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We can provide product recommendations, pricing and user training.

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How to buy:

You can buy most of our sound and noise monitoring products through our online shop.

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