Archive for the 'Noise & Vibration Control' Category

Cirrus Research celebrate largest overseas order in history of the company

cirrus-india-orderCirrus Research has secured the biggest order in its 46-year history, supplying noise monitoring equipment to an Indian police force.

The Yorkshire-based noise monitoring specialists, which manufactures and supplies a range of personal and environmental noise monitoring devices, clinched two contracts almost simultaneously after a tough international tender process.

The team is supplying the Maharashtra Police force in India with 627 of its Optimus Red sound level meters, all due to be shipped out before Christmas. Continue reading...

Cirrus Research launch new App for doseBadge5

cirrusNoise monitoring specialists Cirrus Research has launched a new wireless App to enhance the features of its latest personal dosimeter, the doseBadge5.  Already boasting a host of new advances, the doseBadge5 has now enhanced wireless technology to allow the instrument to communicate remotely with the doseBadge5 Wand and the dBLink App.

 The doseBadge5 Wand allows instruments to be started and stopped without disturbing the wearer and view measurement information via a mobile phone or IOS or Android controlled device.

 If the doseBadge5 is running, the current measurement information can be display, allowing mid-shift readings to be obtained. If stopped, the doseBadge5, any stored measurements can still be reviewed. Continue reading...

Speaking of special offers – new deal on Trojan2 Noise Nuisance Recorder

cirrus-researchCirrus Research’s best-selling Trojan noise nuisance recorder is even better value for money with a year-end special offer now available.

With a host of new innovations included as standard, any Trojan2 orders received before December 31, 2016, will also receive a free, high quality, active loud speaker for playback purposes and a 15% discount of calibration services, guaranteed for two years.

Overall the package is worth up to £500.

Trojan2 also offers end users a raft of features and functions and coupled with its upgraded software, measurements can be made over longer periods of time. Continue reading...

Cirrus Research to showcase doseBadge® 5 at H&SNorth 2016

health-and-safety-north-logoNoise monitoring specialists Cirrus Research will be showcasing its doseBadge5 at Health & Safety North at Bolton Arena, October 12-13.

Offering a host of new features, the latest addition to the doseBadge range will be on the H36 stand, giving delegates the chance to see and experience the latest model for the first time.

The doseBadge5 has been developed by the in-house R&D team, following on from the doseBadge IV that was introduced in 2007. Continue reading...

Cirrus Research reveals exclusive offer for new doseBadge® Mark V orders

Cirrus Research Dose BadgeNoise monitoring specialists Cirrus Research have unveiled some of the USPs and an exclusive offer for clients who order the new doseBadge® Mark V. 

Offering a host of new features, the latest addition to the dosebadge range was showcased at the recent SHexpo 2016, giving delegates the chance to see and experience the latest model for the first time.

Following on from the successful three day event Cirrus is now offering the first 20 orders that are placed for the Mark V will also receive a brand new Android tablet as part of their package. Continue reading...

Cirrus Research to unveil new doseBadge® Mark V at SHExpo 2016

Cirrus ResearchNoise monitoring specialists Cirrus Research will be exclusively unveiling its much-anticipated doseBadge® Mark V at SHExpo 2016, June 21-23.

Offering a host of new features, the latest addition to the dosebadge range will be showcased at the Q2050 stand, giving delegates the chance to see and experience the latest model for the first time.

The Mark V has been developed by the in-house R&D team, following on from the doseBadge IV that was introduced in 2007. Its compact size hosts a wealth of new future-proof technology but still Continue reading...

Svantek Launches SV110 Hand-Held Portable Vibration Calibrator

Svantek-SV110CalibratorImage2Ideal for use with Svantek’s SV103 and SV106 hand-arm vibration meters

Specialist in noise and vibration instrumentation for occupational health and environmental monitoring, Svantek UK (01234 639551; www.svantek.co.uk) has launched a new portable vibration calibrator. The hand-held SV110 is designed for verification of machine sensors as well as on-site checks of human vibration accelerometers, in accordance to ISO 8041.

Specially developed for in-situ calibration checks of hand-arm vibration meters mounted on hand or tool, the robust SV110 is ideal for use with Svantek’s popular SV103 and SV106 instruments. Continue reading...

Cirrus Research to unveil new doseBadge® Mark V – 20 years of evolutionary success

Cirrus Research logoNoise monitoring specialists Cirrus Research have today unveiled the eagerly-awaited doseBadge® Mark V with a host of new features added to the market leading product.

The latest new-look doseBadge has been developed by the in-house R&D team, following on from the doseBadge IV that was introduced in 2007. Its compact size, belies the wealth of future-proof technology that has been included in this latest Cirrus offering.

The new doseBadge arrives in the year that Cirrus Research celebrates 20 years since it brought the very first doseBadge to market – having sold an incredible 20,000 units worldwide since 1996. Continue reading...

All you need to know….new eBooks published by Cirrus Research cover Noise at Work and Environmental Monitoring

Cirrus ResearchNoise monitoring experts Cirrus Research are making life even easier for H&S and Environmental Managers with the launch of two new eBooks.

Produced by its own in-house experts, the guides comprehensively cover occupational and environmental noise measurement terminology respectively, acting as invaluable references guides within both industries. Continue reading...

Noise at Work Mistakes By Tom Shelton, Cirrus Research

Cirrus ResearchLast year we talked about the 5 most common mistakes that are made in the workplace but as the months wore on it become apparent after speaking to clients that there are actually six.

After the classic five errors of – doing nothing at all about noise risks, not using the right equipment to get accurate measurements, measuring incorrectly, not calibrating your meter properly or regularly and, finally, not trying to control noise risks in the first place – I now want to expand that to six by adding not keeping your data. Continue reading...




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