Sordin in manufacturing

There's a Sordin for every employee

Sordin in manufacturing

There's a Sordin for every employee

Every manufacturing facility has its unique noise environment. We can help you analyze complex noise measuring results from your workplace to make sure each of your employees is offered just the right hearing protection.
Every manufacturing facility has its unique noise environment. We can help you analyze complex noise measuring results from your workplace to make sure each of your employees is offered just the right hearing protection.

Map noise throughout your plant

Not only does noise vary between plants, it varies within plants too, of course. There’s often a huge variation in the demand for hearing protection, which may be difficult to assess accurately. It is important to look closely at the actual noise environment of each employee – and select hearing protection accordingly.

To make it easier to navigate Sordin’s extensive range of hearing protectors in the market, we narrowed down user needs to a few typical work situations that may be found in a manufacturing environment.

Employee type #1: “Machine operators”

Many machine operators spend most of their time by themselves at their workstation. This means they normally have a fairly similar noise environment from day to day. It is therefore relatively easily to accurately measure their noise exposure using a sound-level meter. For these machine operators, a passive hearing protector such as Sordin Classic, Seal or left/RIGHT with optimum noise attenuation is sufficient and our recommendation.

Employee type #2: “Mobile workers”

Personnel with diversified work tasks often move around the plant. These mobile workers move in and out of different noise zones and are thus exposed to more varied noise during the day. Their dynamic work situation also requires a more complex noise measurement, typically involving a noise dosimeter worn by each worker to ensure individual optimization.

In addition, teamwork along the assembly line is crucial which may call for communication functionality, preferably supporting handsfree operation for optimum performance at the assembly line, as provided by Sordin Sharp and Sordin left/RIGHT.

Employee type #3: “Mobile teams”

These professionals include maintenance personnel and other mobile teams on the move that need to constantly coordinate their activities. Sordin Share was designed for just this type of users who demand continuous, failsafe voice communication, although great communication can be achieve using all of our electronic models.

Regardless of your specific plant conditions, Sordin can provide the right hearing protection for all of your employees.

Map noise throughout your plant

Not only does noise vary between plants, it varies within plants too, of course. There’s often a huge variation in the demand for hearing protection, which may be difficult to assess accurately. It is important to look closely at the actual noise environment of each employee – and select hearing protection accordingly.

To make it easier to navigate Sordin’s extensive range of hearing protectors in the market, we narrowed down user needs to a few typical work situations that may be found in a manufacturing environment.

Employee type #1: “Machine operators”

Many machine operators spend most of their time by themselves at their workstation. This means they normally have a fairly similar noise environment from day to day. It is therefore relatively easily to accurately measure their noise exposure using a sound-level meter. For these machine operators, a passive hearing protector such as Sordin Classic, Seal or left/RIGHT with optimum noise attenuation is sufficient and our recommendation.

Employee type #2: “Mobile workers”

Personnel with diversified work tasks often move around the plant. These mobile workers move in and out of different noise zones and are thus exposed to more varied noise during the day. Their dynamic work situation also requires a more complex noise measurement, typically involving a noise dosimeter worn by each worker to ensure individual optimization.

In addition, teamwork along the assembly line is crucial which may call for communication functionality, preferably supporting handsfree operation for optimum performance at the assembly line, as provided by Sordin Sharp and Sordin left/RIGHT.

Employee type #3: “Mobile teams”

These professionals include maintenance personnel and other mobile teams on the move that need to constantly coordinate their activities. Sordin Share was designed for just this type of users who demand continuous, failsafe voice communication, although great communication can be achieve using all of our electronic models.

Regardless of your specific plant conditions, Sordin can provide the right hearing protection for all of your employees.

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