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NoiseBreakers For Engineering

Working in engineering inevitably means working within extremely loud environments. Being subjected to such levels of noise on a regular basis can lead to long-term hearing damage. Because of this, it’s vital that people working in such situations are provided with high quality hearing protection to take steps to prevent this from happening.

As suppliers and manufacturers of the NoiseBreaker® ear plugs, our hearing protection products are the perfect solution for the engineering industry.

Tailor-made to each individual concha bowl and ear canal, the Emtec NoiseBreaker is a silicone rubber moulded and vented ear plug which can be comfortably worn with other PPE including, safety glasses, breathing apparatus and helmets, for example.

They’re sure to provide laboratory levels of protection in any environment, thanks to their perfect fit which means they do not move, even under the most strenuous of activities.

They’re environmentally friendly, made of a medical grade silicone rubber – a derivative of silica – and eliminate the waste associated with disposable ear plugs, thanks to their much more permanent nature.

The custom fit of the NoiseBreakers allows for continuous day-long wear; ideal for those working long hours within an engineering environment.

To find out more about our product, or to place an order for your engineering ear plugs, please feel free to get in touch with our team.

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The NoiseBreaker

The fact that NoiseBreakers® are individually tailored has a number of advantages; namely they are comfortable and therefore achieve a high level of acceptance by the wearer, in contrast to the conventional disposable plugs and ear muffs. Also they allow the wearer to communicate easily, but at the same time afford excellent protection.

The NoiseBreaker

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Key Features

The fact that NoiseBreakers® are individually tailored has a number of advantages; namely they are comfortable and therefore achieve a high level of acceptance by the wearer, in contrast to the conventional disposable plugs and ear muffs. Also they allow the wearer to communicate easily, but at the same time afford excellent protection.

The NoiseBreaker

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Key Features

The fact that NoiseBreakers® are individually tailored has a number of advantages; namely they are comfortable and therefore achieve a high level of acceptance by the wearer, in contrast to the conventional disposable plugs and ear muffs. Also they allow the wearer to communicate easily, but at the same time afford excellent protection.

The NoiseBreaker

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Key Features

The fact that NoiseBreakers® are individually tailored has a number of advantages; namely they are comfortable and therefore achieve a high level of acceptance by the wearer, in contrast to the conventional disposable plugs and ear muffs. Also they allow the wearer to communicate easily, but at the same time afford excellent protection.

Cost Comparison

Disposable Earplugs

  17p / pair 3 pairs / day 5 days / wk 1 year cost (48 wks) 3 year cost (144 wks) 5 year cost (240 wks)
Cost per employee £0.17 £0.51 £2.55 £122.40 £367.20 £612.00
Cost for 90 staff £15.30 £45.90 £229.50 £11,016 £33,048 £55,080

NoiseBreaker

  £80/pair     1 year cost (48 wks) 3 year cost (144 wks) 5 year cost (240 wks)
Cost per employee £80     £80 £80 £80
Cost for 90 staff £7,200     £7,200 £7,200 £7,200
Cost saving by using NoiseBreakers 1 year 3 years 5 years
£3,816 £25,848 £47,880

NB - Average loss rate from our customers since 2000 is just 2.4%. All prices exclude VAT where applicable.

Attenuation Data

H 28
M 21
L 17
SNR 25.3

Due to the perfect fit of NoiseBreakers, they work in the real world as they do in the laboratory and therefore the Standard Deviation is minimal. Hence to get a true picture of the attenuation of NoiseBreakers, the Mean Attenuation at each frequency is the key number, rather than the SNR (Single Number Rating)

Attenuation details on NoiseBreakers tested at Salford University Department of Applied Acoustics EN352-2:2002.

Attenuation Graph

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