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EP20 Foam Blue metal Detectable Earplugs. 200 pairs per dispenser pack.

EP20 Foam Blue metal Detectable Earplugs. 200 pairs per dispenser pack.

Alpha Solway

Stainless steel elements embedded within the earplugs and cord of EP20 make them fully detectable and an ideal choice for food processing environments. The durable, lightweight cord promotes extended wear and helps to prevent loss. 200 pairs per dispenser pack.

Code: 692179


Alpha Solway

£49.99 Each (ex. VAT)

£59.99 inc. VAT
Colour Blue
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EP20 Foam Blue metal Detectable Earplugs. 200 pairs per dispenser pack.

Stainless steel elements embedded within the earplugs and cord of EP20 make them fully detectable and an ideal choice for food processing environments. The durable, lightweight cord promotes extended wear and helps to prevent loss. Embedded with stainless steel elements make this ideal for the food industry. High attenuation - SNR 34dB. Each pair of Earplugs are individually packaged. High performance, high comfort. A unique, new tapered design. Lightweight yet durable plastic cord. Made with soft polyurethane (PU) material for enhanced comfort. Use a simple ‘Roll, Insert, Twist’ action when inserting earplugs. 200 pairs per dispenser pack.

Manufacturer Details

Manufacturer Alpha Solway
Manufacturer Code EP20

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