What is audiometry?
Hearing loss is not only a problem for older people. People subjected to loud environments or higher than normal levels of noise for long periods of time can also experience hearing loss.
One way to test for hearing loss is through the use of audiometry.
An audiometry exam tests how well your hearing functions. An audiometer tests the intensity and the tone of sounds. The exam also tests for balance issues and issues that could relate to the inner ear.
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An audiometer produces a tone at a particular frequency and decibel. The person being tested acknowledges if they can hear the sound. The audiometric test finds the limit of the lowest decibel the individual can hear to create a hearing profile.
Workers should have a test performed when they are first hired to create a baseline. The baseline will be used for comparison at annual test appointments to see if there is a concern for hearing loss.
Our bestselling audiometers:
Levitt-Safety distributes audiometric instruments and hearing conservation products from top manufacturers, including Tremetrics, Quest by 3M, Eckel Industries, Workplace Integra, and SoundEar.
Tremetrics® RA660 PC-Based Audiometer with HearCon Software
- Automatic, semi-automatic, or manual testing operation
- Fully integrated bio-acoustic simulator, talk-over mic and response switch
- Optional integrated room monitor measures background noise
- Quickly test up to 8 people simultaneously with additional audiometer modules
Tremetrics® RA360 Industrial Audiometer
- Simple, intuitive operation
- Built-in test instructions in multiple languages
- Internal storage of 500 audiograms
- Optional USB printer, room monitor, and Oscar 360 available
Monitor™ ANM-2 Ambient Noise Monitor
- Visual or audible operator alerts when thresholds are exceeded
- Accessible internal relay triggered when thresholds are exceeded
- OSHA- or operator-defined thresholds
- 125 and 250 Hz octaves optional Calibration adjustments performed using standard 1000 Hz sound calibrators
- Capable of logging noise level measurements
- Consumes very few computer resources
- Small and unobtrusive
- Durable microphone and ANM-2 module
- Powered from USB cable, batteries not required
- Noise level certification printed out at a click of a button
Eckel 4230 Audiometric Sound Booth
- Modular, portable booth with Cam-Lock construction
- Many sizes available to fit your space/li>
- Includes left or right opening door and window, jack panel, & LED lighting
- Optional features include window-in-door and trailer-mounting package
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