Tue, Jan 27, 2009
Attenuates Aircraft Engine Noise At A Fraction Of Cost Of Other
Specifically designed to reduce aircraft engine noise for
airport ground support crews as well as aircraft maintenance and
technical personnel, the NoiseBuster Active Noise Reduction ("ANR")
Safety Earmuff combines an ANSI-rated 26NRR passive earmuff with
active noise reduction electronics that deliver up to an additional
20dB of low-frequency noise attenuation.
The NoiseBuster ANR Safety Earmuff is powered by a single AA
battery. Specifically designed to be durable, the unit is resistant
to water, moisture, contaminants, mechanical shock and vibration.
The product features soft, pliable ear cushions that are
replaceable and has an adjustable comfort headband. An audio input
"listen-only" cord is provided. Over-the-head, behind-the-head and
hard hat cap-mounted configurations are available.
Perfect for users who do not require a two-way communications
capability but who can benefit from the protection against
low-frequency noise that electronic or active noise canceling
technology can deliver, the NoiseBuster ANR Safety Earmuff is
specifically designed to reduce the noise generated by engines,
generators, blowers, vacuums, fans, pumps, etc.
At a list price of $149, the NoiseBuster ANR Safety Earmuff
costs hundreds of dollars less than pilot aviation headsets
incorporating similar-performing active noise reduction
The NoiseBuster will be demonstrated at Booth #1167 at the
Aviation Industry Expo (AIE), which runs March 10-12 2009 at the
Las Vegas Convention Center. Additionally, visitors to the booth
will have the opportunity to enter drawings to win a free
NoiseBuster. At the end of each show day, there will be a drawing
for a free NoiseBuster ANR Safety Earmuff.
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