3M Peltor Earmuffs H7 Series Neckband – Select Performance H7B * 28dB * Class 5
The 3M Peltor H7B has a smooth feel with three layers of cushioning and an inner fluid filled cushion is covered with foam, which is then encased in high quality vinyl. These features make the 3M Peltor Earmuffs H7 Series Neckband just about the most comfortable pair of muffs ever.
3M Peltor Earmuffs H7 Series Neckband have excellent attenuation at low and high frequencies.
The H7 Series was developed for demanding noisy environments with increased low frequency attenuation. The sealing rings are filled with a unique combination of liquid and foam. The result is an optimum seal with low contact pressure, which provides agreeable comfort even during long-term use. The H7 Series is a suitable choice for typical environments with substantial industrial noise or construction machinery, airports and agricultural work.
These behind the head style earmuffs provide effective hearing protection for noise levels up to 101 dBA
3M Peltor Earmuffs H7 Series Neckband Features:
* Excellent attenuation at low and high frequencies
* Ear cup pivot points tilt for comfort that adjusts to individual wearers
* Two low mounting points provide great comfort
* Simple and easy height adjustment
* Liquid/foam filled earmuff cushions
* Behind the head design allows for easy use with hard hats
Recommended Application: Facility Maintenance, Grinding, Electrical, Machine Operations, Sanding, Welding, Demolition, Painting, Blasting, Assembly, Cleaning
Recommended Industry Use: Transportation, Pharmaceutical, Construction, Automotive, Military Tactical, Repair and Operation (MRO), Mining, Military Maintenance, Metal Fabrication, Oil & Gas, General Manufacturing.
Size: One Size Fits All
Cord Type: None
Hearing Protection Style: Behind the head, Neckband
SLC80 Rating: 28 dB (Class 5)
Standards/Approvals: AS/NZS 1270:2002
The 3M Peltor Earmuffs H7 Series Neckband is a hearing protector class 4 tested to AS/NZS 1270:2002. When selected, used and maintained as specified in AS/NZS 1269.3:2005, this protector may be used in noise up to 105 dB(A) assuming an 85 dB(A) criterion. A lower criterion may require a higher protector class. An improper fit of this device will reduce its effectiveness in attenuating noise.