Noise-reducing sound enclosure for OmniBlend V
Omnishield Benchtop – A sound enclosure designed especially for the fabulous, heavy duty OmniBlend V with 1.5L jug.
If you are running a commercial kitchen you need to protect the hearing of yourself and your staff – any sound above 85 dB can cause hearing loss, and the loss is related both to the power of the sound as well as the length of exposure. You know that you are listening to an 85-dB sound if you have to raise your voice to be heard by somebody else. While the OmniBlender is quieter than similar-powered competitors, it is still loud.
The OmniShield encloses both the jar and the motor so blending noise is reduced by up to 80%.
This model is designed to sit the bench. The image depicts the OmniShield with the blender inserted. Purchase the OmniBlend V, 1.5L separately.
Door coves the cord exit on rear of sound enclosure
Clear perspex hood
Hood detaches easily for cleaning.
Places the Omniblender at a better working height for less strain on staff
Create a safer, quieter working environment by using a noise-reducing sound enclosure for your OmniBlend blender
– Combination units for cafe’s and restaurants with sound shield, extra jug and spare blade assembly are also available HERE
– For in-bench (built-in) sound shields with blender, extra shield and spare blade assembly look here. For in-bench shield only look HERE
Other brand blenders that will fit into the OmniShield sound enclosure box include: KitchenAid, CusineArt, Lexsun (with 1.5L jug) Omega and Vitamix with a smaller jar (1 Litre), and Blendtec blenders such as the EZ Blender, the HP3A, and the Total Blender. The Blendtec Designer Series and the Professional Series Blenders fit also, especially the Tom Dickson Extreme Blender. KichenAid and CusineArt blenders require a substitute platform inserted (a cardboard piece) on the bottom of the sound box .
Noise reduction on other brands is by 40-50%
The OmniShield is purpose-built for the OmniBlend blender, Noise reduction on other brands is by around 40-50%
NOTE: AS/NZS 1269.4 predicts a 10 dB hearing loss for 95% of a noise-exposed population if they are exposed for 40 years to the noise standard of 85 dB(A) for 8 hours per day.Most blenders in commercial create sound above 85dB.