You need noise measuring equipment. You’ve requested quotations from various manufacturers but how do you compare them? Here’s 5 reasons why you should buy your noise measurement equipment from Cirrus Research.
1. It’s All Made in the UK
That’s right, Cirrus Research designs, manufactures and supports all of its noise measuring equipment in the United Kingdom. What does that mean for you? Well, if you have any questions or issues with your instruments, it’s easy to contact our UK support team to get the quick and easy answers you need.
It also means that when your equipment is due its annual calibration, we can usually return it to you within 10-15 working days as nothing is shipped abroad for servicing or repair. It’s all done here at our factory in North Yorkshire.
2. 15-Year No-Quibble Warranty
Buying noise measuring equipment is an investment and we want to protect that for you. That’s why we provide an industry-leading 15-Year Warranty with all of our instruments.
The 15-Year Warranty also includes accidental damage cover, so if you happened to drop your sound level meter and cracked the screen or broke a button, we’ll replace the damaged parts free of charge.
All you have to do to maintain your 15-Year Warranty is send your equipment back to us annually for recalibration – as you are required to by the Regulations. Total peace of mind for 15 Years.
3. Cirrus Product Training Courses
What’s the point of buying noise measurement equipment if you don’t know how to use it? We want you to get the best from your equipment, which is why we provide Cirrus Product Training Courses around the UK as part of The Noise Academy.
We’ll cover the basics of noise measurement, so you know why we measure noise in the way that we do, as well as provide practical demonstrations of our product range. This will help you ensure you are taking accurate measurements.
4. Licence-Free Software Included
All of our noise measurement equipment comes with the software you need to download, analyse and share your noise data.
NoiseTools is programmed to work with our entire range, so you don’t need different software packages for different products.
Do you need to select hearing protection based on your noise measurements? If you choose a sound level meter with octave band analysis, NoiseTools can automatically recommend protection based on your data. It comes pre-loaded with a large database of hearing protection options, but you can easily add your own from any manufacturer.
5. Innovative Noise Measurement Instruments
If the added extras such the the warranty, the training and the software aren’t enough, then consider the actually instruments themselves.
Cirrus Research designs all of its noise measuring equipment with one goal in mind: make it easy to use. That’s why you are only ever a few button presses away from starting a noise measurement session. Just watch the video to see how easy it is to start a measurement with the Optimus Red Sound Level Meter.
We’ve made all of this possible by utilising the latest digital technology and combining it with our product range. For example, old generation sound level meters would require you to take repeated measurements to capture different parameters. The Optimus Sound Level Meters, the latest generation, measure all the parameters you need simultaneously and can calculate the numbers and averages you need almost instantaneously.
If you trade in your old noise measurement equipment, we can offer up to a 30% discount on your purchase. The equipment can be in any condition and from any manufacturer.
Need More Information?
Our Noise Experts will be happy to talk through your requirements and recommend the most suitable noise measurement instruments. Call us today on 0845 230 2434 or contact us directly here
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