NoNoise Earplugs for Office Hearing Protection
Working in open-plan office areas is common these days. While these kinds of work environments can be very dynamic and collaborative, they also produce a lot of background noise. This can be very irritating and inhibit your ability to concentrate.
These high quality hearing protectors are specifically designed for people who want to work undisturbed but wish to maintain the ability to communicate within their direct work environment. NoNoise™ ear plugs reduce office background noise while allowing clear communication with others. You can even make phone calls without having to remove your ear plugs. Comfortable and nearly invisible, they provide optimum protection against noise disturbance, without the typical muffled (occlusion) effect of lower-quality ear plugs.
The best choice for the workplace for 25 years.
The innovative NoNoise™ hearing protectors were created by a prominent European expert who has been developing and producing professional hearing protectors for many years. The unique ceramic* acoustic filter and hypoallergenic, silicone-free SoftFit-Thermoplastic ear plugs ensure maximum hearing protection and wearer comfort.These ear plugs can be worn comfortably all day and will fit most adults, adolescents, and many children.
NoNoise™ ear plugs. Designed specifically for office environments.
- Reduces office background noise
- Allows communication with colleagues and over the telephone
- Enhances your concentration
- Natural and clear sound reproduction
- The only ear plug with a ceramic* acoustic filter
- Long life durability, even with daily use
- Filters out only what you don’t want to hear
Listen to the NoNoise difference
Preparing an important presentation, or trying to hold a meeting in a loud work environment? NoNoise™ Office hearing protectors reduce irritating background noises, allowing you to hear what you need to hear.
The independently measured mean sound attenuation (EN352-2:2002) is 29 dB at the higher (most damaging) frequencies.
All data in decibels (dB)
M = Mean attenuation; S = Standard deviation; APV = Assumed protection value;
SNR = Single number rating; H M L = Value in high medium and low frequency spectrum