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H540P3G Peltor Optime III Helmet Attachment

H540P3G Peltor Optime III Helmet Attachment

3M Peltor

Optime III is a super-muff and has been developed for use in extremely noisy environments. The protection is based on new technology with a double casing that minimises resonance in the holder casing. This results in maximum high-frequency muffing while at the same time it’s still easy to understand speech and signals. Effective protection and best comfort are the hallmarks of Optime III. Manufactured to EN352-1. SNR35

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H540P3G Peltor Optime III Helmet Attachment

Optime III is a super-muff and has been developed for use in extremely noisy environments - The protection is based on new technology with a double casing that minimises resonance in the holder casing - This results in maximum high-frequency muffing while at the same time it’s still easy to understand speech and signals - Effective protection and best comfort are the hallmarks of Optime III - Manufactured to EN352-1 - SNR35

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Manufacturer 3MPeltor
Manufacturer Code H540P3G

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