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PIP 265-100C Disposable Foam Corded Earplugs

Part Number: 265-100C

Availability: In stock

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Supplying the deman, PIP offers the disposable polyurethane foam corded ear plugs with NRR of 32.

PIP 265-100C Disposable Foam Corded Earplugs

Part Number: 265-100C

Availability: In stock

Quick Overview

Supplying the deman, PIP offers the disposable polyurethane foam corded ear plugs with NRR of 32.
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PIP Disposable Polyurethane Foam Corded Ear Plugs - NRR 32

Supplying the deman, PIP offers the disposable polyurethane foam corded ear plugs with NRR of 32. These plugs can be used as single protection or underneath muffs for dual protection.  With NRR of 32, you can ensure you have strong protection against higher rated TWA noise levels. This version does have a cord so that you do not lose your plugs while working.

Features:

  • 100 pairs a box
  • Soft, smooth polyurethane (PU) foam expands gradually for a secure, comfortable seal
  • Tapered shape offers easy insertion and removal
  • Bright orange color ensures quick compliance checks
  • NRR of 32 dB is among the highest in its class
  • Each pair comes individually wrapped
  • Red PVC cord for convenience and to prevent loss of ear plugs


Please note the following from the OSHA.gov website:

"OSHA's experience and the published scientific literature have shown that laboratory-obtained real ear attenuation for HPDs can seldom be achieved in the workplace. To adjust for workplace conditions, OSHA strongly recommends applying a 50% correction factor when estimating field attenuation. This is especially important when considering whether engineering controls are to be implemented."  You can access this and other information by clicking here.  

Single Protection:
50% Safety Factor Method:
Estimated Exposure (dBA) = TWA (dBC) - [NRR x 50%]

Subtract 7dB Method:
Estimated Exposure (dBA) = TWA (dBA) - [(NRR - 7) x 50%]

Dual Protection:
50% Safety Factor Method:
Estimated Exposure (dBA) = TWA (dBC) - [(NRRh x 50%) + 5]

Subtact 7dB Method:
Estimated Exposure (dBA) = TWA (dBA) - {[(NRRh - 7) x 50%] + 5}


dBA = A-weighted TWA noise level 
dBC = C-weighted TWA noise level


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PIP Disposable Polyurethane Foam Corded Ear Plugs - NRR 32

Supplying the deman, PIP offers the disposable polyurethane foam corded ear plugs with NRR of 32. These plugs can be used as single protection or underneath muffs for dual protection.  With NRR of 32, you can ensure you have strong protection against higher rated TWA noise levels. This version does have a cord so that you do not lose your plugs while working.

Features:

  • 100 pairs a box
  • Soft, smooth polyurethane (PU) foam expands gradually for a secure, comfortable seal
  • Tapered shape offers easy insertion and removal
  • Bright orange color ensures quick compliance checks
  • NRR of 32 dB is among the highest in its class
  • Each pair comes individually wrapped
  • Red PVC cord for convenience and to prevent loss of ear plugs


Please note the following from the OSHA.gov website:

"OSHA's experience and the published scientific literature have shown that laboratory-obtained real ear attenuation for HPDs can seldom be achieved in the workplace. To adjust for workplace conditions, OSHA strongly recommends applying a 50% correction factor when estimating field attenuation. This is especially important when considering whether engineering controls are to be implemented."  You can access this and other information by clicking here.  

Single Protection:
50% Safety Factor Method:
Estimated Exposure (dBA) = TWA (dBC) - [NRR x 50%]

Subtract 7dB Method:
Estimated Exposure (dBA) = TWA (dBA) - [(NRR - 7) x 50%]

Dual Protection:
50% Safety Factor Method:
Estimated Exposure (dBA) = TWA (dBC) - [(NRRh x 50%) + 5]

Subtact 7dB Method:
Estimated Exposure (dBA) = TWA (dBA) - {[(NRRh - 7) x 50%] + 5}


dBA = A-weighted TWA noise level 
dBC = C-weighted TWA noise level


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