As promised in the last blog article that updated you on what Cirrus Research is doing following the UK lockdown, here is the third daily business update.
Understanding the importance of protecting people against vibration is an important first step. The next thing to know is what equipment is available to measure and monitor vibration levels, which allows for the correct protection to be implemented and provided.
At Cirrus Research, we thought what better way to kickstart the new year than by giving you some fantastic offers on the calibration of your noise measurement instrumentation. From Wednesday 20 January until the end of February, we’ll be sharing three exclusive offers on instrument calibration. All you have to do is choose the one offer that best suits you! Read More…
Here at Cirrus Research, we wanted to take some time to highlight the effects of vibration in different key industries. This month, we’re taking a look at vibration and tree surgery and arboriculture.
The United Kingdom left the EU Single Market and Customs Union on January 1 with a new trading relationship in place. I wanted to let you know what we have done to minimise the impact of the new trading arrangements on our relationship with you, and how things will work moving forward.
Understanding the importance of protecting people against noise is an important first step. The next thing to know is what equipment is available to measure and monitor noise levels, which allows for the correct protection to be implemented and provided.
Here at Cirrus Research, we wanted to take some time to highlight the effects of noise in different key industries. This month, we’re taking a look at noise and tree surgery and arboriculture.
The Cirrus Research team would like to say thank you to all our customers old and new for your support throughout 2020.
The weekend of 24/25 October 2020 marks another watershed moment in our relationship with UK motorsport, as two drivers carrying the Cirrus motif will be competing in the BTCC round at Snetterton. Max Coates will be competing in the MINI CHALLENGE UK competition, followed by Callum Jenkins in the Ginetta SuperCup, both of whom are being supported by Cirrus Research Read More…
At the start of the global Covid-19 lockdown, we all marvelled at the photos showing deserted streets and farm animals wandering through once-busy town centres. Not only did the lockdown period provide unique visual spectacles for us to look back on in years to come, but it turns out that there was also an audible effect of Covid-19. Recent research, Read More…