How does Cirrus’ calibration differ from anyone else? Part 3 of 6

When we calibrate an instrument, we are checking the performance to exactly the same standards as when the instrument was first manufactured. We use the same test equipment, software and procedures so that when you get your equipment back, it will have exactly the same performance as when it was new. We will even clean your instrument before it comes Read More…

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Why should you have your Cirrus instrument calibrated by Cirrus? Part 2 of 6

The simple answer is that we designed and manufactured your instrument so we know it inside out. We have all of the information, procedures and equipment needed to service and calibrate your equipment and if there’s anything wrong with it, we can fix it before it’s calibrated. Download the Noise Measurement Terminology Guide to expand your noise knowledge and make measuring Read More…

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Noise in the refuse and recycling sector – time for a reality check!

David Wilford of No Going Back Productions, a specialist in noise measurement for waste collection and recycling services, discusses noise risks in the refuse and recycling sector An efficient and effective refuse and recycling service plays a pivotal role in local communities and the surrounding environment. However, as recycling initiatives have developed, they have brought with them dangerous levels of Read More…

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Why do I need to calibrate my noise measurement instruments? Part 1 of 6

If you are using your noise measurement instrument to meet any Standards, Regulations or Guidelines  it is essential that your equipment is measuring accurately. If you are working to the Noise at Work Regulations 2005, or any ISO or BS EN standard that requires the use of noise measurement equipment, the standards to which the equipment must comply will be Read More…

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Birthday celebrations for Cirrus Research at this year's Safety & Health Expo

Specialist noise measurement equipment manufacturer, Cirrus Research, is inviting visitors at this year’s Safety & Health Expo, to help celebrate its 40th year in business. To commemorate its 40th birthday Cirrus Research is offering visitors to its stand (Hall 2, T40) the chance to enter a free prize draw to win an Optimus Red. This sound level meter is ideal Read More…

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Noise Action Week: Something to shout about!

As part of Noise Action Week (23rd to 27th May 2011) Cirrus Research, a leading expert in the design and production of noise measurement instruments, is urging companies and workers alike to be extra vigilant when it comes to managing noise at work. According to HSE statistics it is estimated that approximately 1.7 million workers are exposed to noise above Read More…

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Celebrate our 40th Anniversary at Safety & Health 2011

If you are planning to visit the Safety & Health Expo at the NEC from the 17th to 19th May 2011, come and see us on stand T40, Hall 2 and join us in our 40th Anniversary celebrations. For 40th years, Cirrus has been manufacturing noise measurement instruments and our new products give you everything you need for noise at Read More…

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Meet the Trojan – Our new Noise Nuisance Recorder

2011 sees the launch of our new digital Noise Nuisance Recorder. The Trojan is an all-new noise nuisance recorder designed specifically to meet the needs of Environmental Health Officers and Housing Associations. Simple to use, quick to setup and very powerful, the Trojan has all of the features needed to help users measure, monitor and record noise nuisance including the Read More…

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DIN EN 15947-4

Prüfverfahren für pyrotechnische Gegestände DIN EN 15947-4:2010 seit Dezember in Kraft Die Einhaltung der DIN EN 15947-4 zur Prüfung von pyrotechnischen Gegenständen wird aktuell schärfer Kontrolliert. In dieser 40-seitigen Norm ist das Prüfverfahren für Feuerwerkskörper Kategorien 1, 2 und 3 beschreieben. Expand your Noise Knowledge!Signup to the NoiseNews blog for the latest article updates straight to your inbox. Email Send Read More…

Cirrus Product Training Courses – New Dates for 2011

A new set of dates are available for the Cirrus Product Training Course (CPTC) ready for 2011. Noise measurement equipment can often be a significant investment. To help you use your equipment effectively and make the best out of the investment that you have made, our workshops cover the use of our instruments, giving you tips and advice about how to Read More…

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