GALLEN Gamma Combo 2 ea



For Maximum hearing protection, it is essential that your hearing protector be properly worn. For a fast and comfortable fit: 1. Reduce the headband size and place earmuff on head. 2. Increase headband size by pulling on ear cups until cushions fit comfortably over ears. 3. Individually adjust each ear cup by holding the small outer knob while moving the large inner collar. Instructions for Maintenance: Your hearing protector should be cleaned at regular intervals: 1. Remove ear cushions and sponge inserts. 2. Wipe ear cushions with damp cloth which may be treated with mild disinfectant. 3Do not immerse ear cushions in water. Wash all other components in warm soapy water. 4. Rinse, dry and reassemble, store in dust-proof container.



Eye protection. Ear protection. Glasses: Sized slightly smaller to fit smaller heads. Ansi Z87+ Impact Resistance. Anti-scratch coating. Wrap around frame for side protection. Soft temple pads for comfort. Non-slip nose piece lightwieght. Muffs: Sized smaller to better fit smaller heads. Meets ANSI S3.19 and CE EN 352 requirements. Folds down for easy transportation. Soft padded headband and ear cups. Adjustable sizing. Suitable from very low to no light conditions. The EPA has selected the noise reduction rating as the descriptor of hearing protector effiectiveness to be utilized on the labels required by US EPA REgulation 40 CFR Part 211, Subpart B. The Allen Company, Inc. makes no warranties as to the suitability of the NRR as a measure of the actual protection afforded to the individual user. Frequency: 125; 250; 500; 1000; 2000; 3150; 4000; 6300; 8000. Mean Attenuation: 1.0; 9.5; 21.2; 34.3; 41.3; 38.7; 42.4; 31.2; 34.7. Standard Deviation: 2.5; 0.6; 1.0; 3.6; 1.5; 0.8; 1.3; 1.7; 3.2. Noise Reduction Rating: 23 decibles. The range of noise reduction ratings for existing hearing protectors is approximately 0 to 30 (Higher numbers denote greater effectiveness).


This product can expose you to chemicals including Di-n-hexyl Phthalates and Lead Acetate which are known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to: