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3M™ E-A-R™ Classic™ Ear Plugs - PP-01-002

3M™ E-A-R™ Classic™ Ear Plugs - PP-01-002

3M E-A-R

Trademarked soft energy absorbing polymer foam.
Get an excellent fit with a firm material featuring a slower recovery time.
A specially-designed cylindrical shape that fits most ear canals and provides a reliable seal.
Box Quantity: 250 Pairs. SNR 28dB.

Code: PP-01-002

3M E-A-R

£30.19 Box of 250 (ex. VAT)

£36.23 inc. VAT
Quantity discounts
£27.59 5+ (save £13.00+)
Size One Size, Colour Yellow Neon
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3M™ E-A-R™ Classic™ Ear Plugs - PP-01-002

3M E-A-R™ Classic™ Roll Down Ear Plugs PP-01-002 are made from a soft energy absorbing polymer foam. These noise-reducing ear plugs are ideal for providing comfortable and reliable hearing protection throughout the day. Use E-A-R Ear Plugs anywhere where noise can be a problem, whether you're at work or enjoying a hobby. Box Quantity: 250 Pairs. SNR 28dB.

 

  • Trademarked soft energy absorbing polymer foam.
  • Get an excellent fit with a firm material featuring a slower recovery time.
  • A specially-designed cylindrical shape that fits most ear canals and provides a reliable seal.
  • Increase comfort and wearability and reduce in-ear pressure, with low equilibrium pressure.
  • The exposed cell surface texture resists movement and helps to maintain an effective seal.
  • Excellent sound attenuation characteristics.
  • Supplied in resealable pillow-packs for ease of use.
  • Ideal for comfortable use in hot and humid conditions, with additional sweat and humidity resistance.
  • Also available as corded ear plugs.

Manufacturer Details

Manufacturer 3M EAR
Manufacturer Code PP-01-002

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