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Meteors® Disposable Ear Plugs

Uncorded Ear Plugs, NRR 33, 200 pair
As Low As $43.00
Disposable ear plugs provide hearing protection and feature a contoured shape for a better fit, more comfort and greater noise reduction.   Read More 

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Description

Disposable ear plugs provide hearing protection and feature a contoured shape for a better fit, more comfort and greater noise reduction.
  • Available with NRR 33, the highest noise reduction rating currently available in an ear plug
  • Contoured shape follows the curve of the ear canal, even at its narrowest point; creates less pressure for superior fit
  • Soft, light-weight ear plugs feature a wide base for easy insertion and removal
  • Bright-green color is highly visible for compliance checks
  • Each pair is individually bagged to keep plugs clean, dry and together until you need them
  • Environmentally friendly construction is PVC free to prevent the release of toxins in landfills
  • Latex-free foam is safe for workers with latex allergies
  • Noise reduction rating (NRR) of 33 helps you comply with regulations while safeguarding workers
  • NRR is achieved using ANSI S3.19 1974 testing standards

Specifications

Style Uncorded Ear Plugs
Color Green
Brand Moldex
Sold as 200 pair per box
Weight 1 lb.
Composition Foam
NRR 33
UNSPSC 46181901
Pigalog® Page Number Page 214

Reviews






Based on 2 reviews





By Nick

8/24/2015

Great

Great product, great service and fast delivery. I will definitely order again.






By Tammy

7/12/2013

Great NR33 product

Our company recently changed requirements for all ear protection to have a NR33 or higher rating for all employees. I bought these in the corded and uncorded style and all the employees are very happy with them. These are the only ear plugs we now supply to all the technicians. Great value, great product.

Additional Information

  • 29 CFR 1910.132
    Employers must evaluate the workplace for process, environmental, chemical, radiological or mechanical hazards; and provide workers with appropriate personal protective equipment to protect them from any hazards present in the workplace.
  • 29 CFR 1910.95
    Occupational noise levels must be evaluated to determine whether they exceed established limits. In areas where occupational noise exposure exceeds limits, engineering controls or personal protective equipment must be provided to employees.
  • Certifications, Approvals and Ratings
  • ANSI S3.19

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