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
Email: info@airpressuretesting.net
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Accoustic Check List

Checklist of Items to be completed prior to our arrival on Site to undertake the Acoustic Test

The best time to carry out sound testing is towards the completion of the project. In addition the optimum conditions are when the site is quiet. If there is noise on the site from equipment and 'on going works' here is an increased chance of a sound test failure. Housing developers and/or site managers will have to nominate a day for testing and restrict any noisy activity during the tests. The following list provides an indicative checklist for site managers for the requirements of the plots and sites where testing may be carried out.
A site is ready for testing when:

1. Windows are fully fitted with locks in place.
2. Window trickle vents are in place or temporarily blocked up for testing.
3. Room and front doors are in place and closeable.
4. All wall surfaces in rooms to be tested are complete (including sockets and switches if applicable).
5. Floor and ceiling surface are complete.
6. Carpets or timber laminates have NOT been laid in rooms where floors are to be tested (with the exception of bonded carpet).
7. Staff made aware that a quiet site environment is required during testing.


IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS ABOUT THE PREPARATION OR THE ACTUAL TEST, THEN PLEASE RING OUR OFFICE TO DISCUSS THEM.

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