ear protector

ear protector

[′ir prə‚tek·tər]
(engineering)
A device, such as a plug or ear muff, used to protect the human ear from loud noise that may be injurious to hearing, such as that of jet engines.
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According to the rules of NCCA, employing ear protector devices is mandatory for all wrestlers in both training sessions and competitions (9).
So, on mum Melanie's orders, Sam always wears an ear protector.
Contract Awarded for Ear protector test and analysis platform test, Noise test and analysis system, Hearing system one set
He was sent for a precautionary scan after being struck on the left ear protector when attempting to hook a ball from Neil Carter.
Tenders are invited for 2,000 pair ear protector plug, hearing protection, reusable, air cusioned, non-shrink material, n.
12 Water Polo Cap for practise without ear Protector (Imported)
Animal Ear Protectors Rover need never wear his dinner on his ears again.
The tinted shooting glasses of today are stylish and comfortable enough to be worn as sunglasses off the range, and ear protectors not only make conversation possible, some models can also enhance minute sounds while filtering out harmful noise levels.
Contract awarded for Provision of eye and ear protectors for a period of four years
The next action of note was a 999 call made by the boy himself just after he had put in ear protectors.