BO 200-  PU Foam Bell Disposable
Uncorded EN 352-2 SNR 37

SKU: DR-098 Categories: , ,


Disposable foam ear plugs. PU coated for hygiene. Smooth and soft foam for comfort
Easy to use. Superb attenuation. Hi visibility fluorescent lime PU foam.
Expands to fit ear canal more comfortably increasing over all protection.
CE EN 352-2 H-36db, M-34db, L-33db) – SNR 37db

The Dromex® DR098 high visibility, soft pliable, disposable earplugs are made of PU (Polyurethane) foam, designed with optimum protection and comfort of the ear canal, offering the highest level of protection against noise. Expands to fit ear canal more comfortably increasing overall protection.These easy to insert, durable, lightweight, non-toxic, non-irritating, waterproof, and easy to carry earplugs.The DR-098 is comfortable for long-term wear in hot, humid work areas.Individually packed for hygienic dispensing even when installed in dusty production areas.Suitable for use in environments such as machining, grinding, steel cutting and woodwork.


Style: Formable high visibility fluorescent lime PU foam. Also available with a cord

Material earplug: PU foam coated

Material cord: PVC (Poly Vinyl Chloride)

Noise attenuation data: SNR 37 dB

H 36 dB

M 34 dB

L 33 dB



Manufactured to EN 352-2: 2002 (DIN EN 352-2: 2003) as per the require-ments of EC Type – examination certificate Directive 89/686/EECby PZT GmbH, An der Junkerei 48F, 26389 Wilhelmshaven, #1974.


Do not share earplugs as ears can be exposed to ear infections.• The earplugs should be worn properly at all times in noisy surroundings. • The earplugs should be fitted, adjusted and maintained in accordance with the instructions provided in the packaging. If the recommendations are not adhered to, the protection afforded by the earplugs will be severely impaired. • The earplugs may be adversely affected by certain chemical substances; avoid the use of agents (i.e. solvents and other disinfectants) that are known to be harmful to the wearer and/or the earplug. • Regularly inspect for tears or cracks and replace if service ability is suspected to be affected. • Sounds above 85dB are harmful to the ears.


After each use wash and rinse with warm soapy water.

All industrial waste should be disposed of correctly as per local regulations and good disposal practice. Hearing protective devices should be disposed of considering the hazardous substance they were used for. Please consider recycling