In an increasingly urbanised world, noise pollution has escalated into a pervasive issue, affecting the health and wellbeing of communities globally. Amidst the hustle and bustle of urban development, the Trojan Noise Nuisance Recorder from Cirrus Research emerges as a beacon of hope for those seeking solace from the relentlessness of noise nuisance. This blog delves into this revolutionary instrument, Read More…
Find out when we will be closing for Christmas and reopening in the New Year in the latest blog post from the Noise Experts!
We’re proud to announce that the Quantum Indoor and Quantum Outdoor noise and environmental monitors have been presented the Award of Excellence for cloud-based monitoring solutions!
With a rich history dating back to 1970, Cirrus Research stands as a global pillar in the noise measurement industry, boasting over half a century of dedication to mitigating the risks of excessive noise exposure and environmental noise pollution.
Noise from mining operations can affect both employees and the surrounding environment, with the same noise sources contributing to both occupational and environmental noise.
We are delighted to announce that the latest version of the Optimus+ sound level meter, with the newest firmware and features, has achieved PTB pattern approval.
We know that you rely on our noise monitoring instruments to ensure that your workers are safe and that you are complying with regulations, which is why we are so excited to be able to announce that eight models of the new Class 1 Optimus+ Sound Level Meter are now LNE approved!
In the environment of the food and drink manufacturing industry, the well-being of employees should always be a top priority. One significant concern that often goes unnoticed is occupational noise which can have severe implications on the health and safety of workers.
The expert team here at Cirrus Research have recently carried out what could be our most captivating research to date. Elements of this research, which explores how different audiovisual stimuli can help foster tranquillity amongst young people, will be presented live at Internoise 2023 in Tokyo, and Forum Acusticum in Torino this year! Now that’s something to shout about! Throughout Read More…
Many events include noisy activities. This exciting and dynamic sector attracts some of the noisiest activities you could think of. Whether you’re a musician, event organiser, sound engineer, or lighting designer, working in this industry can be both fulfilling and challenging.