Motorcycle Ear Plugs and Motorsports Hearing Protection QLD
If you ride a motorbike, wind and engine noise can easily exceed 100dB (SPL). Consequently resulting in tinnitus and high frequency hearing loss. Speech in noisy situations becomes very difficult to understand, subsequently resulting in long term health issues. ( http://www.betterhearing.org/hearingpedia/consequences-hearing-loss ) Do you believe that all motorbike ear plugs are the same? We don’t, in fact Hearing Guard believes you should be investing in ear plugs for motorbikes that are designed for that sport. The exacting demands of motorsport coupled with the very high noise levels of the environment requires the very best in terms of motorcycle ear plugs and communication systems. Hearing Guards motorcycle ear plugs and communication sets can save your hearing and your money.
Motorbike ear plugs and Noise Induced Hearing Loss
Noise Induced Hearing Loss is a consequence of damage to the hair cells of the hearing organ (cochlea) caused by exposure to higher than normal levels of noise. This occurs due to force of impact on the hair cells by loud noise which may cause permanent damage. Ringing in the ears (tinnitus) is a symptom of excess noise exposure and indicative of hearing damage. Motorcycle engine and wind noise can be particular dangerous to your hearing health due to the high intensity and frequency of the combined engine and wind noise. Noise-induced hearing loss is the second most common form of hearing loss and can be prevented by using motorcycle ear plugs.
Custom ear plugs for Motorbikes
Hearing Guard can manufacture motorcycle ear plugs for your hearing protection in as little as 40 minutes. Ear plugs for motorbikes from Hearing Guard are custom made using the latest hypoallergenic silicon technology to manufacture an ear plug to your specific requirements. With a Noise Reduction Rating of 28dB, Hearing Guard hearing protection easily meets Australian Occupational and Hearing Health safety standards.
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