Health & Safety
15 year Warranty on Noise Measurement Equipment
Oct 10 2011
Cirrus Research (UK) is delighted to announce that it is now able to offer a 15 year warranty on its noise measurement equipment including its award winning Optimus Green sound level meter.
The reliability and strength of Cirrus Research products is such that the company is providing this new extended warranty to any acoustic instrument manufactured by Cirrus Research from 1st September 2011 onwards.
Under the terms of the new scheme, Cirrus Research’s standard two year warranty can now be extended by a further 13 years at no additional cost; that is provided the instrument is routinely verified by Cirrus Research every year. The warranty covers all faults on the instrument, as well as minor accidental damage, excluding the microphone.
James Tingay, Group Marketing Manager at Cirrus Research comments: “We are delighted to be able to offer a 15 year warranty on our products. We hope that this extended warranty provides peace of mind for our customers that the equipment they purchase is reliable and will last the test of time.”
One of Cirrus Research’s products that now boasts a 15 year warranty is the Optimus Green sound level meter. The Optimus Green was awarded a Highly Commended within the British Safety Industry Federation (BSIF) Product Innovation category at this year’s BSIF Safety Awards. Designed for environmental, occupational and industrial hygiene noise, Optimus Green is the third range of sound level meters in the Optimus family.
James Tingay, commenting on the development of the Optimus Green said: “Cirrus Research found that restrictions in budgets had produced a demand for an instrument that can be used for environmental, occupational and industrial hygiene noise applications whilst maintaining the simplicity and ease of use found in instruments aimed specifically at the occupational health and safety market. The Optimus Green addresses this need and demand in a manner that is both simple and efficient.”
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