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Max Single-Use Earplug

Highest attenuation in single-use earplugs

Howard Leight

Product Numbers

Details

MAX-30

Max - corded
NRR 33 Canada Class A(L)

MAX-30-PB

Max - corded / paper bag
NRR 33 Canada Class A(L)

MAX-1

Max - uncorded
NRR 33 Canada Class A(L)

MAX-5

Max - uncorded / 5 pair pack
NRR 33 Canada Class A(L)

MAX-1-PB

Max - uncorded / paper bag
NRR 33 Canada Class A(L)

MAX-LS4

Max - uncorded bulk refill for Leight Source 400
NRR 33 Canada Class A(L)

MAX-1-D

Max - uncorded bulk refill for Leight Source 500
NRR 33 Canada Class A(L)

MAX-5

Max - uncorded 5-pair vending pack
NRR 33 Canada Class A(L)

MAX-30-5

Max - corded 5-pair vending pack
NRR 33 Canada Class A(L)



Key Features

  • The world’s most-used polyurethane foam earplug 
  • Bell shape delivers maximum in-ear comfort 
  • Contoured design easier to insert, resists tendency to back-out of ear canal 
  • Polyurethane foam enhances comfort, especially for long-term wear 
  • Smooth, soil-resistant closed cell-foam skin prevents dirt build-up 
  • Bulk refills for Leight Source 400 and Leight Source 500 Earplug Dispensers save time, waste and space

Recommended Industries/Use

Hazards

Regulations

  • 29 CFR 1910.95 - OSHA Occupational Noise Exposure (US)
  • ANSI S3.19-1974 - Attenuation Test Protocol (US)
  • Part II, (R.S.C. 1985, c. L-2) - Canada Labour Code
  • Z94.2-1994 - Attenuation Test Protocol (CAN)
  • 2003/10/EC - EU Hearing Directive
  • 89/686/EEC - EC Directive/PPE
  • Category II - EC Category/PPE
  • EN 352-2:2002 - EU Standards
  • NOHSC: 1007 (2000) - National Standard for Occupational Noise (AUS/NZ)
  • NR 15 - Security and Health of Work, Annexes 1 and 2, n°3.214/1978 - Occupational Noise Regulations (BR)
  • ANSI S12.6/1997 - Method B - Attenuation Test Protocol (BR)
  • 9001:2008 - ISO

Historical Brand

Howard Leight

Color

Coral

Shape

Bell

Material

Polyurethane Foam

Packaging Options

• Polybag • Paper Bag • Bulk Refill for Leight Source 400 or Leight Source 500 Dispenser

Cord Options

• Uncorded • Polycord

NRR

33

Canada Class

A(L)

SNR

37

SLC80

26 dB / Class 5



EU Certifications

  • European Directives – 89/686/EEC
  • EC Category PPE – Category II
  • Standards – EN 352-2:2002
  • EC Certification Number – 1219
  • EC Attestation Number – 040366
  • Laboratory – INSPEC
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AUS Certifications

  • Standardsmark License #1579

lockedCE Certificate - Max

CE Certificate - Max

lockedEC Certificate - Earplugs

EC Declaration of conformity The manufacturer SPERIAN HEARING PROTECTION, LLC, 7828 Waterville Rd. San Diego, CA 92154 United States declares that the Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) items listed below, conform with the provisions of Council Directive 89/686/EEC and, where applicable, with the national standard, tr

lockedEC Attestation Report - Max

 EC Attestation Report - Max

DOC2655 HEAR AFF Earplug Fit 508x800 GBd

DOC2653 HEAR AFF Earplug Fit 508x800 SPa

DOC2654 HEAR AFF Earplug Fit 508x800 FRa

Hearing Thermometer POST AU

M1Rifle 161 dB Fireworks 162 dB Handgun 166 dB Apollo Lift-Off 188 dB Shotgun 170 dB Artillery Fire 162 dB Firecracker 150 dB Balloon Pop 157 dB Jet Engine Take-Off 150 dB Engine Backfire 140 dB Bicycle Horn 143 dB Dynamite Blast 140 dB Pig Squeal 130 dB Jackhammer 130 dB Auto Racing 130 dB Oxygen Torch 121 dB Hammer o

POST14 Care and Maintenance

CARE AND MAINTENANCE Single-Use Earplugs Inspect Inspect prior to fitting, examine your earplugs for dirt, damage or extreme hardness —discard immediately if compromised. Discard For proper hygiene, discard Single-Use earplugs after use. Hygiene To maintain hygiene standards, Single-Use earplugs should be discarded at

  1. With clean hands, roll the entire earplug into narrowest possible crease-free cylinder. 
  2. Reach over your head with a free hand, pull your ear up and back, and insert the earplug well inside your ear canal. 
  3. Hold for 30 – 40 seconds, until the earplug fully expands in your ear canal. If properly fitted, the end of the earplugs should not be visible to someone looking at you from the front. 
  4. Proper Fit – If either or both earplugs do not seem to be fitted properly, remove the earplug and reinsert. 
  5. Removal – Gently twist earplug while slowly pulling in an outward motion for removal. 
  6. Acoustical Check – In a noisy environment, with earplugs inserted, cup your hands over your ears and release. Earplugs should block enough noise so that covering your ears with your hands should not result in a significant noise difference.

 

CARE + MAINTENANCE

  • INSPECT – Inspect prior to fitting, examine your earplugs for dirt, damage or extreme hardness—discard immediately if compromised.
  • DISCARD – For proper hygiene, discard Single-Use earplugs after use.
  • HYGIENE  – To maintain hygiene standards, Single-Use earplugs should be discarded at the end of every shift.

 

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