Hearing Protection with Passive Talk-through.

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Hearing Protection with Passive Talk-through.


Passive Talk-Through Ear Plugs dual-filtered hearing protectors feature VARIABLE ATTENUATION. As noise levels go up, noise suppression goes up, allowing speech and radio communications to be heard!

Passive Talk-Through Ear Plugs are the first and only product to offer the flexibility of two levels of hearing protection and the ability to hook up to radio communications. They are specifically designed to help the user hear critical sounds including speech, while filtering out loud or harmful impact sounds.

  • HP_HighResAdvanced filter technology improves speech and radio communication without distortion or muffling
  • Use with one or two filters
  • External filter is removable
  • Fit comfortably under helmets
  • Floatable, moisture resistant
  • Breathable filter allows for pressure equalization
  • 3 Sizes for comfortable fit
  • Can be used with cell phone earphone, radio acoustic tube or on their ownHear Defenders_C1_PB_Apr 20
  • Durable – last 2 – 3 years
  • Easy to use and clean
  • Available in black or orange or in custom models
  • Affordable

 

 

Attenuation Study was conducted from 50 dBa to 110 dBa verifying how attenuation values increase as noise levels increase. When compared to average performances from solid ear protection, Passive Talk-Through Ear Plugs clearly demonstrate the ability to hear critical sounds better while suppressing unwanted noise. The information above refers to attenuation provided when both filters are worn.

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Note: The U.S. Environmental Protection agency requires manufacturers to provide a noise reduction rating (NRR) on all hearing
protection type products being marketed into most commercial type accounts. According to EPA Document 08AR-2003-0024
exception to this requirement may be granted to entities participating in National Security.

OSHA regulations state volume levels of 80-85 dB are safe for an eight hour period of time. Please consult a hearing healthcare professional who can advise you about safety levels and appropriate filtering options.

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