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H540P3E 3M Peltor Optime III Helmet Attachment

H540P3E 3M Peltor Optime III Helmet Attachment

3M Peltor

The 3M Peltor Optime Earmuff range offers very versatile protection covering all noise levels. The wide comfortable sealing rings are filled with a unique combination of fluid and foam, which gives optimum sealing and low contact pressure, ensuring the best possible comfort even during long periods of use. With the cushioned metal headband you can ensure constant pressure and consistent protection. For use with the following helmets: JSP MK7, MK8 & EVOLITE, PROTECTOR HC300EL, HC710, and MSA V-GARD, SUPERV-GARD II.

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3M Peltor

£24.29 Each (ex. VAT)

£29.15 inc. VAT
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H540P3E 3M Peltor Optime III Helmet Attachment

The 3M Peltor Optime III helemt attachment earmuffs is a high performance hearing protector and has been developed for use in extremely noise environments. The protection is based on a technology with a double casing minimising resonance in the holder casing, maximising high-frequency attenuation. An acoustic connection between the inner volume and the volume between the casings in its turn provides low-frequency attenuation. The 3M Peltor Optime III sealing rings are broad and filled with soft plastic foam for the best fit and low contact pressure, the earmuff stands for effective protection and highest comfort for the wearer. For use with the following helmets: JSP MK7, MK8 & EVOLITE, PROTECTOR HC300EL, HC710, MSA V-GARD, and SUPERV-GARD II.

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Manufacturer 3M PELTOR
Manufacturer Code H540P3

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