Air Pressure, Sound Testing and Air Testing Services UK

Head Office: Sayells Farm, 7 Harlington Road, Upper Sundon, Bedfordshire, LU3 3PE
Tel: 07967 233836 or 07775 623464
Offices in London, Luton and Cardiff

Who We Are

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Why Air Testing

Why Acoustic Testing

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Acoustic Testing Services

Transportation Noise

Transportation is undoubtedly the noise source that affects a larger proportion in the world than any other and, as the number of journeys taken continues to rise, transportation noise and vibration is set to be a significant issue long into the future. Roads, railways and aircraft movements can all generate significant impacts, please click here for useful info/guidelines.

We use state-of-the-art noise modeling software capable of modeling even the most complex scenarios and producing high quality graphical noise mapping.

Proposed scheme layouts can be assessed for their noise impact and comparisons of different scheme options can be assessed. Mitigation options can be assessed at the design stage and cost-benefit analysis can be undertaken.

Assessment of proposed road schemes can be undertaken in accordance with DMRB, and eligibility under the Noise Insulation Regulations and Land Compensation Act can be assessed.

Air Pressure Testing can incorporate existing scenarios into the equation so these can also be modeled and possible mitigation options can be assessed, together with associated cost benefit analyses. Where noise-sensitive development is to be located near to existing transportation noise sources, mitigation options can be evaluated for incorporation into scheme design to ensure compliance.

The very latest noise and vibration measurement instrumentation and software is used by APT to allow the most appropriate and cost effective approach to noise and vibration survey work to be adopted. Unattended and attended survey work can be undertaken quickly and effectively.


Acoustic Testing - Further Information
For further information on Acoustic Testing please visit the 'why acoustic_testing page'.

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