head and hearing protection

Compatibility is key when selecting combined head and hearing protection

Often users of Personal Protective Equipment need a combination of items of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) to make sure they are adequately protected in work environments. A very common combination is head and hearing protection. To work properly, however, the different types of PPE must be compatible.

JSP has developed a new range of Sonis Helmet Mounted Ear Defenders which peak at an SNR of 36.This new range is specially designed to be compatible to work with the company’s Evo range of head protection.

The new Sonis range of Helmet Mounted Ear Defenders easily attach and detach from the universal slot of JSP Helmets and through rigorous testing JSP says it can guarantee that correct SNR’s are reached when worn with their  EVOlite, EVO 2, EVO3, Global Standard EVO5 Olympus Helmet and Skyworker Helmet. Compatibility is key when fitting accessories to Personal Protective Equipment.

This new Sonis range of Helmet Mounted Ear Defenders feature adjustable steel arms so the wearer can tilt and adjust the position of the cup to give an excellent fit to the ear. The force the helmet adaptor applies and the cushion surface area work together to provide optimum cushion pressure and comfort.

With 360O rotation onto the Helmet, the wearer can keep the ear defenders neatly parked onto the helmet when not in use but remaining in easy reach. The low profile cups allows for compatibility with other Personal Protective Equipment including the JSP Surefit visor system.

Manufactured in Oxfordshire, the Sonis helmet mounted cups can be coloured to meet a corporate identity and can also be printed with a company logo for improved brand recognition and to prevent theft. The range is Kitemarked, and meets EN352-3.

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About Georgina Bisby

Georgina Bisby
Georgina Bisby is a journalist and editor with extensive experience covering construction and industrial news and technology, including a particular focus on health and safety, energy and environmental issues.

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