Building Vibration

Introducing our cutting-edge Building Vibration Measurement solution, a revolutionary advancement in structural assessment and safety. With precision engineering at its core, our technology offers a comprehensive understanding of structural vibrations, enabling you to monitor and analyze the impact of various factors on your building's stability and occupants' comfort. Whether you're an architect, engineer, or property owner, our state-of-the-art system empowers you to make informed decisions, enhance structural integrity, and create safer, more resilient environments. Discover the future of building performance evaluation with Building Vibration Measurement – where accuracy meets innovation.

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Building Vibration

VM40C Building Vibration Monitor

Structual vibration measurement

  • Acceleration: 0.01-15 m/s²
  • Velocity: 0.1-2400 mm/s at 1 Hz; 0.1-30 mm/s at 80 Hz 
  • SMS output option
  • High sensitivity triaxial accelerometer

VM40-R Radio Beacon Light for VM40C

Radio transmitter & beacon light

  • Radio controlled with the licence-free LoRa standard
  • Long range of several hundred meters
  • Robust and waterproof case
  • Good building penetration

VM-STRUC Software Module Building Vibration

Software module building vibration

  • Measurement of building vibration in three orthogonal axes and main vibration frequency
  • Offline processing of stored measurement data
  • Generation of individualized reports
  • Recording of vibration events and real-time signals

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Frequently Asked Questions About Building Vibration Monitoring

Building vibration measurement is the process of quantifying the vibrations experienced by a structure due to various external factors. It is crucial because it helps assess structural integrity, occupant comfort, and safety, particularly in high-rise buildings, bridges, and industrial facilities.

Building vibration measurement typically involves the use of specialized sensors and instruments to record vibrations caused by factors such as traffic, construction activities, or even environmental conditions. These sensors provide data that can be analyzed to understand the effects on the structure.

Common sources of building vibrations include nearby construction activities, heavy traffic, machinery operation, seismic events, and even wind gusts. These sources can have varying effects on different types of structures.

Excessive vibrations can lead to structural damage, discomfort for occupants, and, in extreme cases, compromise safety. It's essential to monitor and mitigate these vibrations to ensure the longevity and safety of the building.

There are industry standards and guidelines for building vibration measurements, such as ISO 2631. Compliance with these standards ensures accurate and consistent measurements.