Protective communication headsets provide hearing protection while also enabling clear communication in noisy environments. This category includes headsets with options for an integrated two-way communication, Bluetooth® technology or cabled connections to your personal device.
PELTOR protective hearing products allow sounds to pass through when it is quiet but provides protection when it is loud. Ideal for settings with intermittent or unpredictable noise, and can help you stay alert of your surroundings and communicate face-to-face with your colleagues.
Listen to your favorite music or audiobook while getting the job done. PELTOR protective entertainment solutions help protect you against hazardous noise while enabling you to connect to your mobile device or an FM radio station to help keep you motivated. All FM radio and Bluetooth® enabled streaming volumes are limited to 82 dBA.
Do you need to talk to others on the plant floor or hear machine noise to troubleshoot? Are you frequently traveling between loud and quiet areas? The PELTOR™ brand has products to help you stay protected while helping you hear your surroundings and/or communicate with others.
Find 3Mᵀᴹ PELTORᵀᴹ products that can help protect your crew from hazardous noise while helping them hear the critical sounds needed to perform their job safely and productively.
The PELTOR™ brand is known for tactical hearing protection and communication solutions. Utilizing the environmental listening technology for auditory situational awareness, the 3M™ PELTOR™ ComTac™ advanced hearing protectors are a premier solution to help ensure your operational effectiveness.
With a wide selection of compatible cables, you can easily connect these PELTOR headsets to an external device for hearing protection and the ability to hear and/or communicate in noisy environments.
Learn how using 3M™ PELTOR™ WS™ LiteCom Headsets helped improve the productivity of a work unit by 380 minutes per week, increasing the percentage of direct work time from 71% to over 86%.
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