What noise exposure means for our hearing is often incorrectly evaluated – it's not for nothing that the PPE regulation (EU) 2016/425 includes noise among the irreversible health hazards. You're always on the safe side with our wide range of earplugs, banded ear protectors and earmuffs.
uvex pheos K2H magnet helmet earmuffs27 dB; magnetic connection to uvex pheos helmet system; extra-soft ear cushions;...
uvex pheos K2H helmet earmuffs29 dB; mechanical connection to uvex pheos helmet system; extra-soft ear cushions;...
uvex K2H helmet earmuffs30 dB; helmet-compatible; extra-soft ear cushions; comfortable parking when not in use
uvex K1H helmet earmuffs27 dB; helmet-compatible; comfortable parking when not in use
Hearing protection – additional information
Noise-induced hearing loss has long been recognised as one of the most common occupational hazards. The tricky thing is that noise damages hearing gradually and painlessly. This is why we develop hearing protection for all situations and all noise levels, with speech and signal perception still possible. But how do you find out which is the right hearing protection for you?
Hearing protection advisers
You can try out our uvex hearing protection wheel online to determine the right hearing protection for your area of work. It shows the appropriate level of hearing protection based on the noise level of your place of work.
Adapted hearing protection
Every ear canal has a different shape and size – they are as unique as fingerprints! Anyone who values the best wearer comfort and acceptance will surely find themselves convinced by the advantages of individually adapted otoplastics.
Hearing protection guide
The uvex hearing protection guide summarises everything you need to know about the subject and helps you to find relevant uvex hearing protection products.