Otoplastics how many db

Otoplastics, up to how many DB do they protect?

Are you looking for Effective hearing protection in the workplace? Then otoplastics may be just what you need. These custom-made earplugs offer essential protection against harmful noise, but you may be wondering: "How many decibels can otoplastics actually protect?"

We'll tell you more about that on this page. But first, we would like to tell you more about our views on otoplastics and hearing protection.


At Ronell, we offer a complete service around otoplastics, with a focus on safety, durability and comfort. With years of industry experience and expertise, we are able to provide high-quality otoplastics that are meet the specific needs of each individual user.

Our otoplastics are custom-made to fit perfectly and provide optimal protection. We understand that comfort is key, especially during prolonged use. Therefore, our otoplastics not only provide effective noise protection, but are also very comfortable to wear.

Safe, durable and comfortable

At Ronell, safety comes first. Our otoplastics are designed to protect workers from harmful noise in the workplace. Whether you work in construction, industry, the music industry or any other sector where noise exposure can be a problem, our otoplastics provide the protection you need.

Our custom-made otoplastics are safe, durable and comfortable, and highly appreciated by employees. Contact us to find out how our otoplastics can help you protect your hearing in the workplace.

Noise reduction from otoplastics

When it comes to protecting your hearing in the workplace, his otoplastics a reliable choice. These custom-made earplugs offer not only comfort, durability and safety, but also an impressive noise-reduction capacity.

Here at Ronell, we understand the importance of the minimising harmful noise levels, and we strive to provide the best possible protection. But what can you actually expect in terms of noise reduction with otoplastics?

Otoplastics are designed to fit snugly in your ears, creating an optimal seal and enabling effective noise attenuation. The sound reduction capacity of otoplastics is measured in decibels (dB) and varies depending on several factors, including the type of otoplasty, fit and ambient noise.

How many db do otoplastics stop?

In general, otoplastics can provide significant noise reduction offer, often up to 30 dB or more. This means that they reduce the noise level reaching your ears by 30 dB, providing significant protection against harmful sounds. However, the exact noise reduction level may vary depending on the specific otoplastics you use.


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It is important to note that the noise reduction of otoplastics is not always uniform across the entire frequency spectrum. Otoplastics may attenuate certain frequencies better than others, depending on the design and the filters that have been applied. It is therefore advisable to choose otoplastics tailored to the specific noise sources you are exposed to.

At Ronell, we offer custom-made otoplastics made of high-quality materials, carefully designed to provide optimal noise reduction. Our expert audiologists will advise and help you choose otoplastics to suit your specific needs and the noise levels at your workplace.

Remember, it is important to ensure proper fit and use of otoplastics to achieve maximum noise reduction. Make sure you fit otoplastics properly in your ears and clean and maintain them regularly according to the manufacturer's instructions.

Sample table of noise reduction (dB) required in the workplace

Note that these are just examples and the specific noise reduction requirements may vary depending on regulations and the specific conditions at each workplace. It is advisable to get a professional assessment of the noise levels at your workplace to determine the appropriate noise reduction capacity for otoplastics.

Otoplastics how many db

Labour situation Recommended noise reduction (dB)
Office environment 0 - 5 dB
Shopping environment 5 - 10 dB
Light industry 10 - 15 dB
Construction site 15 - 25 dB
Factory environment 20 - 30 dB
Music and events industry 25 - 35 dB
Airport disasters 30 - 40 dB
Shooting range 30 - 40 dB


At Ronell, we understand the importance of offering otoplastics that meet the specific needs of each working environment satisfy. Our expert audiologists are ready to help you find the right otoplastics with the right noise reduction capacity for your situation. Contact us for more information and tailored advice.


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Sure which otoplastics you need?

Find out together with one of our hearing experts. We will be happy to visit you to analyse your work situation and suggest the right otoplastics. Our hearing consultants work throughout NL.