Hum Tools - Resources to help find Hum / LFN  sources

Anyone who has ever attempted to report low frequency noise to local Authorities knows that they will play dumb and you will probably get nowhere. The information on this page is intended to help determine if there is something near you that could be generating low frequency noise.

Hum Tools

The best Tool for finding Hum sources is a simple search engine. Duck Duck Go is a favorite and very safe and effective

The trick is to use a various search Terms
Start with long search terms and as you progress shorten the search term

Examples: Natural Gas Pipelines California Maps, Natural Gas Pipeline Maps, Pipeline Maps, Power plants in Wisconsin Maps Etc.

After you search select the "images" Tab and you should see a number of maps. You will have look at the individual images and check to see what quality they are and how use useful they may be.

There are simply to many pipelines to list them all. Search the NPMS or the National mappping system for your country and then use Duck Duck go using a variation of search Terms. Then use Google Earth to measure distances. To make makes of your results Windows Paint 3d is free and relatively easy to use.

Windows Paint 3D

United States

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The National Pipeline Mapping System (NPMS) Public Viewer

The U.S. Wind Turbine Database

United Kingdom

Natural Gas Pipelines in the United Kingdom



Natural Gas Pipelines in Australia