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Corded Disposable Ear Plug With Cotton Thread EP-02(A)Cottonthread

₹ 13 ₹ 15

Corded Disposable Ear Plug With Cotton Thread EP-02(A)Cottonthread

₹ 13 ₹ 15

Disposable foam ear plug with Cotton Thread. Easy to insert correctly due to their tapered shape and moderate slow expansion rate.

  • Provides comfortable and close fitting seal against harmful noise
  • One size fits all Ear Canals
  • Suitable for protection against long term exposure to medium noise levels
  • IDEAL FOR USE :- In grinding, drilling, milling operations, newspaper and press industry etc.

Product Specifications

Brand KARAM Model Number EP-02
Size Color ---
Shelf Life 5 Years Certification Conforming to EN 352-2:2002
Material Non-Irritant and allergy-free high quality foam Warranty 1 Year from the date of Invoice against any manufacturing defect.
Country Of Origin India Product Weight 0.005 Gram

How can I tell if a noise situation is too loud?

Here are some signs that tell you if the noise in the work environment is too loud.
1) You have to raise your voice to be heard.
2) You feel a ringing sound in your ears (called tinnitus) at the end of the work shift.
3) You listen to the radio in the car at a higher volume while heading back home compared to the volume you listen to when coming to work.
4) You experience difficulty in understanding conversations in crowded places.

How long can someone be in a loud noise before it's hazardous?

Sound-level meters measure noise levels which are represented in decibels or dBA. The higher the noise level, the louder the noise. You can listen to sounds at 70 dBA or lower, as long as you want. Sounds at 85 dBA can lead to hearing loss if you listen to them for more than 8 hours at a time. Sounds over 85 dBA can damage your hearing faster. The safe listening time is cut in half for every 3-dB rise in noise levels over 85 dBA.

What is the best possible way to protect my ears from getting damaged by loud sounds at work?

To protect your ears during loud activities and events, move away from the source of loud noises and try to take a break from the noise every 15 minutes. Give your hearing about 18 hours to recover after exposure to extremely loud noise. Consider wearing earplugs. 

How do I pick my hearing protectors

It is important to use suitable hearing protectors to safeguard against overexposure to Noise.Using the right Hearing Protection equipment is vital in a specific industry situation. Choose the one as per the area of application. You can use Ear Plugs in In grinding, drilling, milling operations, newspaper and press industry etc. Ear Muffs are apt for in Industrial applications like agricultural, construction, heavy machinery, etc.

What is the difference between earplugs and earmuffs?

Ear Plugs are an ideal choice for Ear Protection during long hours of exposure in areas prone to a high decibel sound. They are inserted inside your ear, with the purpose of blocking your ear canal.Ear Muffs are versatile, apt for usage during a shorter duration of exposure to unwanted sound and come with different features, like helmet-mountable, foldable etc. 

How should I care for my hearing protection device?

Wipe dirt or debris from earplugs before reusing. You can clean the Ear Muffs by cleaning it with warm soapy water. Replace foam Earplugs and Earmuffs when they become damaged or when they no longer recover to their original shape, softness or expansion characteristics . Store Ear Plugs or Ear Muffs in their original packaging or ina clean and dry polybag

How often should your hearing be tested?

Those who are frequently exposed to loud noises have a higher risk of suffering permanent damage to their hearing. People who work in noisy environments (e.g construction and manufacturing), regularly participate in noisy activities (concerts, hunting, riding motorcycles) or are employed in professions where sudden loud noises are common – such as law enforcement and the military should use proper ear protection have their hearing checked once a year

Don't we lose our hearing as we age?

Yes, noise-induced hearing loss is common with the age.