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We offer a wide range of noise blocking earmuffs. Here you will find earmuffs from Honeywell, 3M, Zekler and other manufacturers.
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You can choose such product type, which best fits your needs. There are such type earmuffs: standard type, with Bluetooth, with built-in microphones, with a radio, with AUX connection or with bidirectional communication equipment.
Protective earmuffs can be divided into such design groups: with headband, folding with headband, behind the neck earmuffs, helmet model, with a face shield and / or helmet.
These are simple noise blocking earmuffs without any special features.
Noise blocking earmuffs Bluetooth connectivity can be used to connect it to a mobile phone. This type of earmuffs will enable you to answer phone calls and make a conversation during your work.
With AUX connection
This type of earmuffs can be connected to an external audio source (MP3 player, portable radio, tablet, mobile phone and etc.) and listen your favorite tracks during work.
Noise blocking earmuffs with an integrated radio receiver let you to listen your favorite radio station during work.
With microphones for ambient sounds
Earmuffs with integrated microphones not only suppress ambient sounds, but also reproduce some of their frequencies with ear-safe power. In this way user is protected from harmful noise, but it does not lose connection to the environment and can hear individual sounds in a safe level. Integrated microphones can be active - in this case, microphones suppress peaks of noise and the user will hear all the ambient sounds in a safe level.
With two way radio communication
Built-in radio band receiver / transmitter allow users to communication between each other, if they set it’s earmuffs to a particular radio frequency. In some cases, such communication in a working place is a must.
Noise suppression level SNR and safe noise level
SNR is the abbreviation of "Signal to Noise Ratio". The number indicated together with these letters (for example, SNR 30) describes how much earmuffs weakens environmental noise in dB.
For example, if the ambient noise level in a particular workplace is 120 dB and the user wears SNR 30 earmuffs, the user’s hearing will be exposed to a 90 dB noise.
120 dB - 30 dB = 90 dB
The recommended maximum safe noise exposition level during all working day (8 hours) is 80 dB, so you need to know the level of workplace ambient noise and the guaranteed earmuff attenuation level (SNR). Only in such case you will choose a proper hearing protection.