Introducing Macks Noise Cancelling Earmuffs & Earplugs – the perfect hearing protection for people exposed to excessively loud environments. Whether you’re operating a chainsaw, drilling machine, or grinder, these earmuffs and earplugs will help prevent noise-induced hearing loss.
With an industry-leading noise reduction rating of 85 dB, Macks Noise Cancelling Earmuffs & Earplugs are designed to protect your hearing without compromising on comfort. Made from soft, breathable materials, they’re comfortable to wear for long periods of time and can be easily adjusted to get the perfect fit.
So if you’re looking for effective hearing protection that’s comfortable to wear, look no further than Macks Noise Cancelling Earmuffs & Earplugs. Order yours today and help keep your hearing safe!
Mack`s Double-Up Earmuffs
These low-profile earmuffs feature a lightweight design for all-day comfort. Earmuff Noise Reduction Rating – 21 dB, or double-up with Mack’s Earmuffs and Mack`s Foam Earplugs (5 pairs included) for a greater combined Noise Reduction Rating of 34 dB. Adjustable – Fits kids to adults. Great for shooting sports, worksites, power tools, loud events, etc.
The Perfect Solution for Hearing Protection
It’s no secret that our worlds are getting louder and that hearing loss is sadly dramatically increasing. The great news is that noise-induced hearing loss is preventable!
Who should wear hearing protection?
Anyone who is near any form of loud noise should be protecting their ears!
No, ifs buts or maybes… If the noise or sound level exceeds 85 decibels, hearing protection is required. Ear Muffs reduce the noise exposure level and the risk of hearing loss.
Extra Hearing Protection
When this awesome Macks duo of earmuffs and earplugs are worn together, they will provide a 34dB Noise Reduction Rating! That is pretty much the highest protection you can get for your ears. The Earmuffs will provide 21dB alone & the high noise reduction rated Earplugs will offer 32dB alone.
Macks Quality Ear Muffs
- Lightweight design for all-day comfort
- Low profile design
- Super soft, padded ear cups and headband for maximum comfort
- Easily combine with Mack’s® Earplugs for greater protection
- Adjustable – Fits kids to adults
- Available & Foldable in black, pink, and camouflage
How loud is too loud?
Even short but daily or frequent exposure to loud noises generated by these tools can destroy hearing in time. Noise-induced hearing loss is one hazard encountered in the workplace.
Hearing protection should be worn whenever power tools, lawn mowers, leaf blowers, firearms, fireworks etc. are around.
In the workplace, Occupational Health & Safety requires the use of hearing protection devices whenever a person is exposed to an average noise intensity of 85 dBA over an 8-hour shift.
The louder the environment, the less time that a person may spend there without the risk of incurring hearing loss
Dual Protection with Earplugs
Most earmuffs can be expected to provide adequate attenuation for noise levels up to 103 dB. At levels beyond this intensity, it becomes necessary to wear earplugs with earmuffs on top in order to achieve adequate protection from hearing damage. The simultaneous use of two forms of hearing protection is known as dual hearing protection. The Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) regulations stipulate that workers must use dual hearing protection when average 8-hour exposures are 105 dBA or greater.
How does the NRR of Dual Protection work?
The amount of noise reduction from dual hearing protection is NOT a sum of the noise reduction ratings (NRR) from the two devices.
For example, if wearing an earplug with an NRR of 25 dB and an earmuff with an NRR of 20 dB, the combined protection would not be 45 dB. Instead, 5 dB should be added to the higher of the two NRRs. In the preceding example, the combined earmuff and earplug NRR would be estimated at 30 dB (25 dB plus 5).