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Howard Leight™ Universal Aluminum Ear Plug Dispenser - 86070021000

Ideal for use in factories and processing plants
  • Earplug dispensers can be strategically placed in workstations to give workers easy access to ear plugs to provide them with the hearing protection that they need
  • Dispensers are coloured with a high-visible blue and made out of heavy-duty anodized aluminium to last a long time even with constant use
  • Dispenses ear plugs easily with a simple turn of the crank handle providing a hygienic and economical distribution of ear plugs
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Howard Leight™ Universal Aluminum Ear Plug Dispenser

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£125.66 Incl. VAT: £150.79

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Howard Leight™ Universal Aluminum Ear Plug Dispenser

  • Holds 500 pairs of ear plugs (supplied empty)
  • Ear Plug Dispenser can be standing or wall mounted
  • Leight™ Dispensers have a total capacity of 500 pairs of ear plugs making it ideal for large factories and process industries with zero tolerance for packaging waste
  • Compatible with Howard Leight® Quiet® Ear Plugs SNR28
  • For a hearing protection station, visit Sound Awareness Stations - Honeywell


Brand Honeywell - Howard Leight®
Capacity 500 pairs of ear plugs
Colour(s) Blue
Description Aluminum dispenser for ear plugs (empty)
Fixing Standing or wall mounted
Material Aluminium
Supplied in Single


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Good to know

Getting to know the Decibel:
The Decibel (dB) is the unit of measurement used for sound, specifically sound intensity. One important fact to remember with the decibel scale is that this increases exponentially rather than in a linear manner. In other words, a sound measuring 30 dB is a thousand times louder than a sound measuring 20 dB. Some common sounds and their decibel ratings are:

Near total silence – 0 dB
Normal conversation – 60 dB
A jet engine during takeoff – 120 dB
A firecracker exploding or a pistol shot – 140 dB

Prolonged exposure to noise above 85 dB can cause hearing loss. However, since decibels increase exponentially, a hearing protection device that provides about 20 dB worth of noise attenuation will lower noise to safe levels.

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