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uvex x-fit dispenser refill box 300 pairs

uvex x-fit dispenser refill box 300 pairs

Uvex

The ergonomically shaped uvex x-fit disposable earplug is characterised by very high sound absorption levels, making it suitable for use in very loud environments. Conforms To: EN352-2, Attenuation: SNR (dB): 37 H (dB): 36 M (dB): 34 L (dB): 33.

Code: 650316


Uvex

£31.89 Box of 300 (ex. VAT)

£38.27 inc. VAT
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uvex x-fit dispenser refill box 300 pairs

The ergonomically shaped 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. Tapered shape 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 helps with easy, hygienic removal. Conforms To: EN352-2, Attenuation: SNR (dB): 37 H (dB): 36 M (dB): 34 L (dB): 33.

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Manufacturer uvex
Manufacturer Code 2112.022

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