Who Needs Ear Molds & Hearing Protection?
There are many reasons why people come to us for custom ear molds and hearing protection. “Custom” is the keyword. Although store-bought earmolds and hearing protection will usually perform as advertised, they lack the comfort and certainty of a superior acoustic seal that only a custom product can provide.
Here a few
Tips to Preserve Your Hearing
Proper Hearing Protection
Learn about proper hearing protection. There are many kinds on the market today, ranging from custom ear molds to foam plugs and more.
If you can’t eliminate a noise, then put some distance between you and the noise. If that’s not possible, stand at an angle from the noise.
Give Your Ears a Break
When listening to music through headphones or earbuds, keep the volume low-to-medium. And take frequent breaks from sounds that are too loud.
Type of Custom Hearing Protection
Musician's Ear Plugs & Earmolds
Musician’s earplugs come in both custom and non-custom options. Ready-fit musician earplugs can reduce sound levels by approximately 20 dB, enough to reduce harmful sound without distorting speech or music.
Swimmer's Ear Plugs & Earmolds
Swimmer’s earplugs are designed to keep water from entering the ear canal. Water often contains bacteria, which can lead to an ear infection called swimmer’s ear. These earplugs are waterproof and buoyant; if they fall out of the ear while swimming they can be easily retrieved.
Hunter's Ear Plugs & Earmolds
Specifically designed for hunter’s There are both custom and non-custom options available. While being worn, these products allow for clear communication, as well as enhanced ambient awareness. When a gunshot is fired, the device instantly suppresses the loud noise to protect your hearing.
Earplugs are inserted in the ear canals. They must be fitted sufficiently deep to completely block off our ear canals and to be self- supporting. There are three main types of earplugs: pre-molded earplugs, individually molded earplugs, and adaptable earplugs.
Earmuffs completely enclose the ear with a hollow cup. The cup is internally insulated and fitted with sound absorbent foam. A soft-ring shaped cushion provides a firm but comfortable seal around our ears. Earmuffs use a spring tensioned headband to hold the cups in place over our ears at a certain clamp force to provide the desired reduction.