You’ve been told you have to complete a Noise At Work Risk Assessment. There’s all the Regulations for you to read through. A plethora of potential instruments to choose from. Endless choices to make. And all that’s before you even start measuring noise. How do you do it, avoid all the common mistakes and comply with the Regulations? What if I told you there was an easier way to find out exactly what you need?
Yes, The 5th November is almost here. The brilliant bonfires and fantastic fireworks will soon be bursting into life, painting the skies with their cocktails of colours. So, don’t commit treason and protect your hearing. Not sure how? Here’s our advice.
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When more detailed information about a complex sound is needed, the frequency range of 20Hz to 20kHz can be split into sections or bands. This is done electronically within a sound level meter.Read More »
We’ve covered the differences between Class and Type in sound level meter standards in a previous post but what the differences between a Class 1 and Class 2 sound level meter?
Cirrus Product Updates
We are delighted to announce that the optimus red and optimus green sound level meters have been Type Approved by the PTB in Germany!Read More »
Often the sound energy from a noise source will be spread over a wide band of frequencies. Sometimes a noise source will emit noise that is concentrated in a narrow part of the spectrum or contains a high proportion of energy at a single frequency (a “pure tone”). This is referred to as tonal noise.Read More »