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High Performance Single-Use, Corded MAX 30 Ear Plugs
The Howard Leight MAX 30 has earned the reputation as the world’s most-used polyurethane foam earplug for good reason. You will find the comfortable, contoured bell-shaped MAX-30 ear plugs are a breeze to insert and will provide you with superior noise-blocking protection.
Bell-Shaped to Conform to Your Ear
The innovative shape of the helps to keep the Howard Leight MAX corded ear plugs from slipping out of your ear canal for a no-stress, uninterrupted experience. Not only will the MAX 30 fit mor snugly and securely, but it will help to create a better seal to block out more noise.
Comfortable, Effective, and Easy to Use
Polyurethane foam serves to enhance your comfort, especially for long-term wear. While the smooth, soil-resistant closed cell foam skin of the Howard Leight MAX-30 ear plugs prevents dirt build-up making them a sanitary choice for those in need of maximum hearing protection.
Benefits of the Howard Leight MAX corded ear plugs:
Recommended industries include: Agriculture, Chemical, Construction, Fire, Forestry, Government, Law Enforcement, Manufacturing, Medical, Military, Mining, Municipal Services, Oil and Gas, Pharmaceutical, Steel and Metals, Transportation, Utilities, Welding
What is the Noise Reduction Rating (NRR) for the MAX 30 earplugs? The NRR for the MAX 30 earplugs is 33 decibels.
Are the MAX 30 earplugs reusable? To maintain hygiene standards, disposable earplugs should be discarded at the end of every shift.
Can the MAX 30 earplugs be used with other personal protective equipment (PPE)? Yes, the MAX 30 earplugs can be used with other PPE, such as hard hats and safety glasses.
How do I properly insert and remove the MAX 30 earplugs? Always inspect your earplugs prior to fitting. To insert the earplugs, first wash your hands to remove any dirt or oils. Next, roll the earplug between your thumb and fingers until it is a thin, narrow shape. Then, gently pull your ear outward and up to widen the ear canal, and quickly insert the earplug into the ear canal. To remove the earplug, gently tug on the stem of the earplug while wiggling it back and forth to break the seal. Do not insert the earplugs too deeply into the ear canal, as this can cause discomfort or injury.