Hearing protection

Noise is part of everyday life, but too much noise can cause permanent and disabling hearing damage. This can be hearing loss that gets worse over time, damage caused by sudden or extremely loud noises. However, there is no need for your hearing to be damaged by your work. People should wear a hearing protector if the noise or sound level at the workplace exceeds 85 decibels (dB). Hearing protectors reduce the noise exposure level and the risk of hearing loss.


Ear plugs, made from expandable foam are the traditional way of protection, provide the best combination of comfort and protection for most users against noise. Once in the ear, the foam plug expands in the ear canal and fits thus for everyone. Available with or without cord.



Most earmuffs enclose completely both ears with a hollow cup and forms an airtight seal. The cups are internally insulated and fitted with sound absorbent foam. A soft-ring shaped cushion provides a firm but comfortable seal around the ears. Earmuffs have a headband to hold the cups in place. There are also earmuffs available, which can be attached to the safety helmet directly.

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