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    Hearing protection

    Earplugs

    December 1, 2011

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    MAX Small earplugs’ reduced size offers workers with smaller ear canals a more comfortable fit and high attenuation (NRR 30). MAX Small has the same bell shape and patented varied-cell polyurethane foam as the standard MAX earplug, but is 20 percent smaller. The contoured design makes them easier to insert, while the polyurethane foam enhances comfort – especially for long-term wear.

    Howard Leight by Honeywell

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