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Conic Detectable Disposable Earplugs SNR 37 10 pairs

Conic Detectable Disposable Earplugs SNR 37 10 pairs - Blue

Conic Detectable Disposable Earplugs SNR 37 10 pairs - Blue

£8.49 Plus VAT    £10.19 inc VAT

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Product Description

Preventing food contamination is a top priority in a food manufacturing facility. Metal detectable earplugs help prevent contamination in case an earplug accidentally gets into food production.These Conic Detectable Disposable Earplugs come in a bag of 10 pairs. They can be used with or without the cord (9 pairs in bag + 1 pair in storage plastic box).

They conform to EN 352-2 for hearing protection and provide noise attenuation of 37 dB.

  • Features
  • Bag of 10 pairs of detactable polyurethane earplugs with plastic cord.
  • Metal insert (detectable) suitable for food industry
  • 12mm diameter
  • Material
  • Plug: Polyurethane foam
  • Cord: Plastic
  • Detectable Metal insert
  • Certification
  • EN352-2 Approved
  • SNR 37dB
  • H High frequency attenuation 36 dB
  • M Middle frequency attenuation 35 dB
  • L Low frequency attenuation 34 dB

Noise Regulations require employers to take action about extreme noise at work and reduction in sound levels (attenuation) can be achieved with earplugs.

Sound intensity is measured in decibels (dB). The human ear can register sounds across a huge range of intensities so a linear scale is not suitable for sound measurement. The decibel  scale is logarithmic where the sound intensity doubles for every 3 dB increase. An increase of 20 dB would increase the sound intensity by 100. (50 dB is 100 times louder than 30 dB)

The SNR (single number rating) is the system within the European Union to indicate the protection offered by hearing protection. The number is an average dB reduction that can be used to compare hearing protectors. The higher the SNR, the higher the level of noise attenuation provided. To determine the acoustic pressure on the ears, subtract the SNR value from the average measured noise level.

If the noise level is 108 dB and the SNR is 28 then the experienced noise level is 108 – 28 = 80 dB on average.

HML estimates the attenuation by hearing protection in 3 frequency bands; H = High frequency , M = Medium frequency, L = Low frequency

Product Code

CONICDE010BL

Bulk Pricing

This item qualifies for bulk purchasing discounts, using the following breakpoints and prices.

Quantity purchased Price per unit
1-9 items: £8.49 Plus VAT
10-99 items: £7.39 Plus VAT
100+ items: £6.59 Plus VAT

Note: All discount automatically calculated by your shopping basket

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