Cirrus Research is proud to partner with Export Worldwide to make our noise measuring instruments available, worldwide. As part of Cirrus Research’s international marketing strategy, more than 50 of our products are available on the Export Worldwide platform – with more planned – in up to 20 languages.
Two new sound level meters are now available as Cirrus expands its product offering. Learn more about the Optimus+ and CR:308/310 sound level meters here.
Cirrus Research now holds accreditation for UKAS calibration. Read more about what this means in our newest article.
On World Alzheimer’s Day, we take a look at the link between hearing loss and Alzheimer’s, and what can be done to help reduce the risks.
The latest version of NoiseTools is now available. Check out what’s new and download here.
From a noisy UB40 fan to acoustic improvements on the M1 motorway, catch up with the latest noise news from August in our newest round-up.
For Noise Action Week, the team at Cirrus went to Malton Food Festival to record some of the sounds that make this event so successful. See what they found out by reading our article!
The management staff at Edinburgh Airport have recently announced that they are taking steps to reduce the number of night-time flights in an attempt to ease the number of local residents who are being disturbed by excessive noise levels. Find out more in our article and discover why tackling airport noise is so important.
Ear protection isn’t the most stylish or fashionable thing to wear and it can certainly impede your ability to have a conversation, but wearing it is incredibly important in order to prevent noise-induced hearing loss. Read how the doseBadge5 helped a group of factory workers in Ireland understand the importance of wearing hearing protection in our latest case study.
Cirrus is now offering an exclusive limited-time offer on all UK calibration orders. Read our article to find out more.