Sonomax Pro-Fit™ Hearing Protectors
The Sonomax Pro-fit is fitted on-site by one of our experienced Sonomax implementers. Each person has an autoscopic examination to ensure suitability for fitting the Somomax Pro-fit hearing protector. Somomax Pro-fit is fitted and tested in one session reducing cost production hours and reducing travel costs associated with returning to a workplace for separate fitting.
Offered only through Australasian Safety Services
SonoCustom™: Quantified Custom Hearing Protection in Minutes
Sonomax Hearing Protection is custom fitted to your ear
Proper seal and comfortable fit are achieved
Sound is measured outside and inside your ear to prove noise reduction
A filter is selected according to your noise environment and then inserted in your Sonomax Hearing Protector
There you have it; quantified protection
Yes, you’re done.
Sonomax™ Self-Fit Hearing Protectors
The ultimate in comfort and fit. Sonomax Self-Fit Hearing Protectors are custom-fit to your unique ear print creating a perfect noise-blocking seal that keeps out hazardous noise. Unlike all other custom-fitted technologies, Sonomax Self-Fit™ Hearing Protectors come pre-docked on to the single use SonoFit system allowing for a Do-it-Yourself custom fitting in five minutes.
Shaped to your unique ear print, it eliminates discomfort and is easy to insert.
Made from hypoallergenic silicone for extended reusability and lowest lifecycle cost.
Provides full block attenuation, the maximum level of protection.
Allows communication without removal of the plug. Multiple filters are also available.
Can be fully tested for repeated verification.
Detachable cord eliminates risks to snag.
4 Levels of Attenuation available:
HPD – Black
HPD – Yellow
HPD – Red
HPD – Brown
* What is PAR?
The PAR is a “Personal Attenuation Rating” for a given hearing protector, that can be used to estimate the noise attenuation achieved by the user for whom it has been measured. The beauty of the PAR is that it requires no derating. Unlike a laboratory-derived number based on a group of test subjects evaluated under ideal conditions, the only corrections that are applicable to PARs are statistical corrections to account for the uncertainty of the measurement data and noise spectral variation.