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uvex com4-fit corded earplugs

uvex com4-fit corded earplugs

Uvex

Com4-fit corded earplugs (bagged in pairs) manufactured to EN352-2, SNR33. Box Quantity 100 pairs

Code: 670444


Uvex

£25.59 Box of 100 (ex. VAT)

£30.71 inc. VAT
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uvex com4-fit corded earplugs

Disposable foam uncorded earplug. Ideal for long-term wear. Low pressure sealed PU foam reduces the potential for contamination. Gently expands to fit the size and shape of the ear canal. Suitable for noise exposure levels up to 111 dB (A). The ergonomically formed uvex x-fit disposable earplug is characterised by very high sound absorption levels, making it suitable for use in very loud environments. The uvex x-fit foam earplug has a sealed surface, preventing foreign bodies from penetrating. The soft foam offers real comfort, even when worn for extended periods. The compact shape makes the uvex com4-fit suitable for smaller ear canals or those new to wearing Earplugs. A tapered form fits the natural shape of the ear canal provides optimum performance and easy, comfortable secure fitting. The x emboss means there is less material at the entrance of the ear canal, reducing pressure. The x emboss also also helps with easy, hygienic removal. Manufactured to EN352-2, SNR33 - Box Quantity 100 pairs.

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Manufacturer uvex
Manufacturer Code 2112.012

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