- Simple twisting dispensing mechanism to release earplugs
- Keeps your supply clean, hygienic and easily accessible
- Suitable for either wall-mounted or free-standing display
Earplugs are the preferred form of hearing protection for many people, as their small size makes them more convenient than carrying larger ear defenders or other similar products. From an employer's point of view, the smaller size and lower cost of earplugs make it easier to provide a constant supply to all the staff and visitors who need them, and this dispenser helps you do just that as effectively as possible.
The dispenser holds up to 400 pairs of earplugs, so you can buy a bulk quantity such as our Howard Leight refill pack and put them immediately into the dispenser's main container. This keeps them clean and hygienic, preventing them from gathering dust or other airborne contaminants. They're ready for people to use when they need them, and the simple twist-action dispensing mechanism makes it easy to use the dispenser.
To get the most out of your dispenser, it should be placed in a highly visible location where it can remind people to wear earplugs. It's suitable for wall-mounting, but can also be used as a free-standing unit if there's no suitable wall space. Its smart plastic construction is durable and hard-wearing, but if you need to situate it in a particularly busy or hazardous environment, our wall-mountable aluminium dispenser provides a greater level of strength that makes it longer lasting.
This plastic Howard Leight earplug dispenser has a clear storage section, so you can instantly see how many plugs are left, which helps you keep an eye on restocking requirements and ensure they're always available. It also lets people see what's inside as a visual reminder to take care of their hearing.
To make sure people are protecting their ears in areas with excessive noise, you display ample warning signs like our anti-slip floor signs. These use space on the ground to increase visibility, and clearly inform people when they're about to enter an area where they should wear ear protection.