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Leightning tough ear protection

30-08-2011
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Howard Leight by Honeywell Safety Product (previously Sperian Protection) has taken hearing protection to a new level with the release of the Leightning L0N Neckband.

Paired with Leightning Ultraslim earmuffs and utilising top-quality Bilsom Air Flow Control technology, the Leightning L0N offers maximum attenuation at maximum value. 

The Air Flow Control technology delivers optimal attenuation and provides superior, consistent noise diminution across a range of frequencies, including low frequencies.

Welders are often exposed to harmful noise levels generated by various welding processes, however most workers are restricted to using earplugs. Often, traditional earmuffs are unable to fit under their welding helmets.

The lightweight Leightning L0N Neckband is slimline enough to fit under most welding helmets, and provides superior hearing protection technology.

Featuring a lightweight steel-wire construction design that offers high performance sound defense and robust durability, the Leightning L0N Neckband withstands demanding use in tough conditions, without compromising on comfort.

Snap-in ear cushions make cushion replacement quick and easy.

The design of the Leightning L0N Neckband includes a distinct padded foam headband and soft ear cushions which ensure the highest possible level of user comfort.

A patented baseplate chamber and high-tech non-woven layer manage the flow of air inside the earmuff to control how sound reaches the ear, ensuring consistent and safe noise reduction for all industrial environments.

Ideal for situations where compact earmuffs and reliable noise-blocking protection is required, the Leightning L0N Neckband is approved to AS/NZS 1270:2002 standards.

Honeywell Safety Products
Ph: 1300 139 166
www.honeywellsafety.com

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