HEARING PROTECTION

Hearing damage is permanent, protect your ears with our extensive range of products.

DESIGNED TO MEET BOTH AU/NZ STANDARDS.

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The Pro Choice Safety Gear range of hearing protection has everyday workers covered in some of the most challenging workplaces. We meet all necessary safety certification for hearing protection in Australia and New Zealand.

MEETING THE STANDARDS.

Under the Australian Standard AS/NZS 1270:2002, the class is an easy way to choose a hearing protector appropriate to a noise exposure. The standard rates hearing protection into five classes, with Class 1 being the lowest level of protection and Class 5 being the highest level.

The system is based on the SOUND LEVEL CONVERSION (SLC80) rating which is the difference between the sound level of the environment in which the hearing protection is worn and the sound level reaching the wearer’s ears. This is converted to a Recommended Noise Range.

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COBRA® EARMUFFS

Our COBRA Earmuffs are great for general purpose use, suitable for noise levels up to 110dB(A). They have a high-quality ear cushion with low clamping force applying minimum pressure while maintaining a tight, snug seal.

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