Specialist noise measurement equipment manufacturer Cirrus Research was proud to be part of the Safety and Health Expo 2010 where it showcased its new generations of Optimus Sound Level Meters including the Optimus Green, the newest member of the Optimus family.
Cirrus held a competition at the May event with the chance to win one of the cutting edge Optimus Sound Level Meters and Tony Bailey of construction group Galliford Try was the lucky winner.
The news Optimus range of sound measurement is easy to use, flexible and upgradeable in a smart design and includes up-to-the-minute technology. The new Optimus Green strengthens the range of Optimus sound level meters and has been created to combine the existing features from the Optimus range with the latest technological innovation and added functionality that is necessary for environmental noise to be accurately measured.
This makes it ideal for use in environmental, occupational and industrial environments making it the most advanced Sound Level Meter yet, combining the highest level of performance with simplicity of use.
Tony Bailey, HS&E Advisor, Galliford Try said: “I was very pleased to discover I had won the Optimus Sound Level Meter as I had spent the duration of the event obtaining information on the different sound meters currently available. It is important for me to assess occupational noise levels and therefore be sure our operatives are wearing the correct ear protection for the activities they carry and be able to advise them on how they can eliminate work related hearing loss.”
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