Noise Protection & Measurement
For general noise protection in business, the two primary choices are ear plugs and ear muffs. Ear plugs are the most popular option. They are low cost, effective, and they come in a bewildering array of models to suit virtually anyone. Ear muffs are the second most popular form of hearing protection. Ear muffs are simple to remove and replace many times a day, they are easily shared among staff, and they also come in almost as many different models as ear plugs, from passive ear muffs to electronic 2-way radio communications ear muffs for high noise environments.
We understand that noise protection can be a complex issue in many industries. We offer a strong selection of food industry metal detectable ear plugs, with detectable metal beads in each plug and industry-approved blue coloration on the plugs and/or cords. For forestry workers, we have forestry helmets that come complete with hearing protection, eye shielding, and a hard hat all in one powerful and convenient device.
Finally, we also provide noise measurement devices to help you monitor your workplace for hazardous noise levels, for enhanced safety and compliance.
Ear plugs are by far the most popular choice for ear and hearing protection, whether you're sleeping, biking, working, studying, or swimming. Ear plugs are economical, and we have tons of different kinds to choose from along with the info you need to help you pick - whether you're looking for one pair or thousands.
We carry a large selection of ear muffs, both high tech electronic ear muffs and regular passive models.
|Food Industry Metal Detectable Ear Plugs|
Metal Detectable Ear Plugs are metal detectable for easy compliance and quick detection. Though they are as comfortable and effective as other ear plugs, these plugs are detectable by most standard metal detectors. Made specifically for use in the food industry.
|Chainsaw and Forestry Helmet Systems|
Chainsaw and forestry helmet systems include components that protect the head, face, hearing and eyes.
Learn more about your auditory environment with a noise dosimeter. These sound level meters tell you whether the noise levels around you are safe, or whether heaing protection is required. Most commonly used in industrial settings, you can use these noise level meters anywhere, from the public subway to your garage workshop at home.