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3M™ PELTOR™ X Series Helmet attached Ear Muffs X5P3E

3M™ PELTOR™ X Series Helmet attached Ear Muffs X5P3E

3M Peltor

The X5P3E earmuffs offer high NRR (31 dB) which makes them ideal for very high noise situations. The high attenuation delivered by X5P3E earmuffs is possible as a result of a combination of advanced technologies including: newly designed spacers, specially formulated foam liners and innovative foam contained in the cushions. Examples of typical applications include: metal processing, automotive, airports, construction, textile manufacturing, chemical and pharmaceutical, manufacturing, cement manufacturing, printing, woodworking, heavy engineering, foundry, steelworks, mining and quarrying. One size fits most.

Code: 692189


3M Peltor

£30.89 Pair (ex. VAT)

£37.07 inc. VAT
Colour Black
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3M™ PELTOR™ X Series Helmet attached Ear Muffs X5P3E

New groundbreaking technology allows 3M Peltor X5 earmuffs to provide superior noise attenuation performance in both standard headband and hard hat-attached models.
» Unique attenuation as a result of specially-formulated foam featured in the earcups and cushions
» Despite the larger earcups, the X5 remains relatively lightweight with excellent balance and comfort
» Earcups tilt for optimum comfort and efficiency
» Very high attenuation earmuffs recommended for high-noise exposure applications
» Cap Attached: SLC80 31dB (Class 5)

Manufacturer Details

Manufacturer 3M
Manufacturer Code X5P3E

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