Cirrus is now offering an exclusive limited-time offer on all UK calibration orders. Read our article to find out more.
There are new PPE regulations coming into effect soon. Find out what they are, what they mean for you and what you have to do in order to be compliant with the law.
Acoustic consultant Chris Selkirk recently used an Optimus Green sound level meter and an Invictus portable noise monitoring kit to measure and monitor the noise from a local music festival in Lancaster. Read about the successful outcome here.
The marketing team at Cirrus took a trip to a heritage railway to see which railway noises were the loudest. Was it the steam train? Was it the diesel train? Or was it something else entirely? Read our article to find out.
Noise has been in the news again recently with the use of anti-child alarms. Learn how they work and the difference between presbycusis and noise-induced hearing loss.
The last few months have been quite busy in the world of noise pollution news. Check out some of our favourite stories in this article!
TIME TO MAKE WAVES AS NOISE SLOWLY KILLS OUR OCEANS Most people who have access to any form of social media or news outlet have become increasingly aware over the last few months, that we are killing our oceans with pollution – plastic, oil, sewage – but there is another form of pollution that doesn’t make the headlines quite as Read More…
I’m relatively new to the world of acoustic measuring and noise measuring equipment, and one of the very first questions I found myself asking was “what’s the difference between a sound level meter and a noise dosimeter?” Thankfully, the distinction is relatively simple and a complete novice like me can get to grips with it. So if you’re looking to Read More…
An interesting study has emerged this week that points to a big increase in the levels of noise pollution in offices, and it’s all thanks to the popularity of open plan office spaces. The open plan office is designed to increase employee collaboration and morale, but this latest study from Oxford Economics found that the resulting noise pollution is reaching Read More…
Noise pollution is the second largest environmental cause of health problems, according the World Health Organisation, with heart disease, diabetes and mental health conditions being caused by excessive noise levels. We think noise pollution awareness needs to be better.