Understanding the world of environmental management can be daunting, but we're here to help at every step of your journey.
You'll find answers to some common questions below, but don't hesitate to give us a buzz about these or any other questions or queries we can help with!
Yes! Whilst full pattern approval cannot be achieved, the Hexanode can be certified by NATA accredited laboratories in line with the requirements of IEC 61672, as a Class 2 sound level meter. Read more here.
The SiteHive Hexanode uses a laser to count particles in the air in real-time, similarly to an Aeroqual, or Thompson device. If your requirement is for real-time dust monitoring then the Hexanode Multi is a great option. Read more here.
There are a range of options based on the nature of your site, including using the stand as part of the SiteHive Power Package, a simple right angle bracket, or any number of custom options you can come up with! Read more here about powering, mounting and orienting your Hexanodes on site.
The Hexanode Multi (noise & dust) draws 0.9 Watts, and Hexanode Noise draws just 0.5 Watts. Read more here about powering, mounting and orienting your Hexanode on site.
SiteHive Hexanodes are available on a subscription (rental) pricing model only. There's no need to buy devices. You can simply use them for the life of your project - or as long as you choose - and they are continuously and automatically updated so you're always using the latest technology. If your needs change during the project, you can increase or decrease the number of devices easily. And when your project ends, you simply return them to us. So you don't have any capital device spend, and you're not left with any obsolete equipment.
When your project ends, you simply return them to us. Box up the devices like you received them and address them to: SiteHive Level 1 2 Foveaux Street Surry Hills NSW 2010.