• Description

Description

Product Type
Hearing Protection

Range
Earplugs

Line
Disposable Earplugs

Brand
Howard Leight by Honeywell

Brand formerly known as
BILSOM

Industry

  • Industry
  • Administration
  • Agriculture
  • Army – Defence
  • ATEX environment
  • Automotive and Part Manufacturer
  • Aviation
  • Building and Construction
  • Catering
  • Chemical Industries
  • Energy or Electricity
  • Fire Protection brigades
  • Fishing
  • Food Industries
  • Foundry
  • Glass Industries
  • Green Spaces
  • Homeland defense
  • Industrial Cleaning
  • Iron and steel industry
  • Laboratory
  • Logistics
  • Maintenance
  • Medical and Pharmaceutical
  • Metal steel
  • Minning and Quarrying
  • Offshore
  • Paper Industries
  • Petro-chemical
  • Printing Industries
  • Services
  • Ship Building
  • Telecoms
  • Textile Industries
  • Transportation
  • Utilities
  • Water treatment
  • Welding
  • Wood Industries

Product Use
Single-Use Earplug, 1-PR Pouch, 200BX

Feature
POLYURETHANE FOAM Soft foam delivers superior long-wearing comfort and solid performance. SMOOTH, SOIL-RESISTANT SKIN Prevents dirt or other substances from accumulating on skin or entering ear canal.

Benefit
The Bilsom 300 Series earplugs are ideal for workers who need to block out loud noise demand the best protection and comfort available in an earplug. Europe most-used polyurethane earplug, the 300 series earplug, offers superior noise-blocking performance in a single-use earplug.

SNR (dB)
33

H (dB)
32

M (dB)
29

L (dB)
29

Attenuation Data
Bilsom 303S-303L NRR

Size
Regular

Color
Yellow and white

Shape
bullet

Corded
No

Weight (grs)
0.48

Storage Information
All earplugs should be stored before and between usages in a way that protects them from dirt, grease, and other contaminants.

Care Instructions
Disposable earplugs are made of either TPE (Thermoplastic elastomers) or polyurethane foam. Washing and cleaning of disposable earplugs are not recommended. These plugs must be disposed of and replaced after each wearing. Excessive moisture reduces the attenuation and slows down the foam recovery which may lead to improper fit.

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