Noise monitoring specialists Cirrus Research will be exhibiting at this year’s Health & Safety Event at the Birmingham NEC, March 11-13, with its unique Noise Doctor concept.
Any delegates visiting Cirrus Research at Stand C18 will be able to speak to a team of fully trained Noise Doctors and experience their three-step remedy for noise monitoring solutions.
The Noise Doctor offers a range of advice, products and support services, all developed to help the customer get the most from their noise measurement equipment. The Noise Doctors – in their distinctive white medical coats – will be on hand to answer questions and help visitors find whatever they need. Cirrus will also be showcasing its industry-leading Optimus range of high performance sound level meters, as well as doseBadge, the original wireless personal noise Dosemeter for occupational noise.
How the Noise Doctor Works – 1-2-3 steps
Cirrus Research will give plain, simple advice and answer any questions so the client can be confident that we have the best instrument that meets the standards, regulations and guidelines they are working to.
With so many sound level meters, noise dosimeter and other noise measurement instruments being available from Cirrus Research, our experts will match requirements and specifications from the wide range of sound level meters, noise dosimeters and noise measurement equipment on offer.
This is crucial part of the service that the Noise Doctor offers – whether it is a quick question over the phone, on-site training, or something more in-depth.
James Tingay, Group Marketing Manager for Cirrus Research said: “Our Noise Doctors will be on call to explain and demonstrate the Cirrus approach that covers every aspect of noise monitoring, data collation and after sales support.
“Cirrus Research offers a full calibration and service package that means all our customers meet the requirements of any standards or regulations they are working to and this is backed up with a 15-year warranty so there is real peace of mind with every Cirrus product.”
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