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It’s Mental Health Awareness Week! We couldn’t think of a better time for everyone to show their support. Mental Health problems can affect anyone. The issues don’t have a favourite gender, a specified income or a preferential age bracket. Anyone can suffer, and too many choose to do so silence. This week is your chance to have a chat with Read More…
Marketing Exec Clarke Roberts recounts his first motorspot experience from Cadwell Park, as part of Cirrus’ ongoing partnership with driver Ashleigh Morris.
No matter who are, there’s always that one sound that makes your toes curl and your skin crawl. Whether it’s terracotta plant pots, nails on a chalkboard or children crying, there are a whole host of sounds out there that can only be described in one way: unbearable. To get to the bottom of which sound really is the worst, we ran a short poll on social media to gauge people’s reactions to a shortlist of some of worst sounds to ever pass through a human ear. The shortlist was made up of suggestions from around the Cirrus sales and marketing office, with the option for respondents to add their own suggestions if they found our list of audio atrocities wasn’t abominable enough.
Cirrus Research will be presenting a number of new and exciting additions to the existing range at the A+A Exhibition in October 2017. On Stand 6C51 will be the new doseBadge5 Noise Dosimeter and the Optimus Sound Level Meters, which together provide a complete solution for both occupational and environmental noise measurements.
You’ve been told you have to complete a Vibration At Work Risk Assessment. There’s all the Regulations for you to read through. A plethora of potential instruments to choose from. Endless choices to make. And all that’s before you even start measuring vibration exposure. How do you do it, avoid all the common mistakes and comply with the Regulations?
The new generation of the doseBadge® Noise Dosimeter has arrived. It was launched at the Safety & Health Expo 2016 in London’s ExCel (21st to 23rd June 2016) on Stand Q2050. Here’s a look at how the doseBadge5 will help you monitor occupational noise exposure.
When more detailed information about a complex sound is needed, the frequency range of 20Hz to 20kHz can be split into sections or bands. This is done electronically within a sound level meter.
We’ve covered the differences between Class and Type in sound level meter standards in a previous post but what the differences between a Class 1 and Class 2 sound level meter? Expand your Noise Knowledge!Signup to the NoiseNews blog for the latest article updates straight to your inbox. Email Send Message
On your sound level meter or noise meter you will often see references to Frequency Weightings such as âAâ, âCâ or âZâ.