The Directorate General of Police Korlantas , Brigadier General Aan Suhanan witnessed firsthand the trial of a new tool owned by the police. This tool is used to test motorized vehicle noise, especially wheel 2 (R2).
This tool is in the form of a mic and also a tripod installed by the police . Later the tool will be used to check how many decibels of sound the motorcycle exhaust produces .
The trial was conducted at PT Giant Global Niaga in the Djayusman Building. Aan Suhanan stated that the device would be used as a standard for dealing with brong exhausts .
So, crackdown on brong exhaust cannot be done as long as it is done. Because you have to use a special tool.
“Today, I saw a demonstration of one of the supporting tools for law enforcement in the traffic sector, namely a noise meter, which will later be used by law enforcement in the traffic sector to measure the noise level emitted from the exhaust, both two-wheeled and four- wheeled . ” he said in an official statement.
According to Aan, this tool is suitable for cracking down on brong exhaust users . Apart from noise pollution, brong exhaust is also considered a nuisance to the public .
“If now the rough term is brong exhaust , it often causes public unrest ,” he said.
With this measuring device, the threshold for motorcycle exhaust noise will be known . The provisions are in accordance with the regulations of the Minister of Environment and Health and the Minister of Health.
“There is a maximum limit for the level of noise emitted by motorized vehicles, how many decimeters is there, so this will complete the task in the field later for law enforcement in the field of noise threshold,” he said again.
According to Aan, his party has often enforced the law on brong exhaust users . First, because the noise threshold is not appropriate, second, because of the technical specifications and does not pass SNI.
“There is a maximum limit for the level of noise emitted by motorized vehicles, how many decimeters is there, so this will complete the task in the field later for law enforcement in the field of noise threshold,” he said. ***