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…
The Cirrus Research team would like to say thank you to all our customers old and new for your support throughout 2020.
Cirrus Research recently partnered with Yorkshire-born racing driver Max Coates, showing support as he competed in MINI CHALLENGE UK on 26 & 27 September at Silverstone, the home of British Motorsport.
Eight months after the curtain came down on the West End, several shows have given musical theatre lovers a glimmer of hope as they reveal their plans for a socially-distanced reopening.
Panther Environmental Solutions Ltd have been calibrating their noise survey equipment with us for the past 10 years but were disheartened to find their most recent kit had been damaged on its return journey.
Your investment in Cirrus noise measurement equipment isn’t something you need to worry about with our industry-leading 15-year warranty.
The latest release of our NoiseTools software is now available to download!
On Sunday the 15th of March, Ashleigh, Jamie and the AMR team headed down to Derbyshire to take on the final round of the MSN Circuit Rally Championship at Donington Park.
We often get asked whether it’s possible to calculate the overall dB(A) value from a set of 1:1 octave band value. The short answer is yes, but there are a few things to consider, in terms of how the data has been measured and what it is being compared to.
On your sound level meter or noise meter, you will often see references to frequency weightings, but what does this mean?