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Protective Communications

Hearing protection and communication solutions for noisy environments.

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Situational awareness, enhanced attention.

You have two great reasons to protect your hearing – your ears. 3M™ PELTOR™ Communication Headsets help you focus on your work and communicate with colleagues in noisy environments, without removing hearing protection. Stereo feedback allows you to hear and better determine direction of alarms, warning signals, backing vehicles and so on.

  • Two construction workers wearing hearing protection, talking to each other.
    Have technology on your side in every situation.

    Sudden loud or sharp noises are dampened instantly, thanks to 3M technology. Constant rumbling and other potentially harmful noises are reduced to a level below 82dB, but you can still speak normally and be heard.

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    Your lifeline to the world.

    Do more than just protect against noise-induced hearing loss: cut down on lost time, improve safety, boost productivity and allow workers to have a more rewarding experience at work with 3M™ PELTOR™ Communication Headsets. Communicate with coworkers and hear warnings and instructions without risking your hearing.

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Prevent the lift and listen.

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