Storage boxes for PPE are used to store eye, hearing or respiratory protection items. They can be quickly mounted at the workplace and keep the protective equipment away from dust, dirt and splashing water and are always within reach.
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Whenever personal protective equipment is needed, it should also be immediately available, preferably directly at the place of use. Especially for equipment components such as hearing protection, safety goggles or safety helmets, storage boxes are not only suitable to protect the material from external influences. They can also be quickly attached to walls, for example, by screwing them on. Some of the practical boxes are also made transparent. This means that you can always see whether there is still material in the box and you can see at first glance what is stored in the box. An additional help for the user are the clearly visible commandment signs according to current and international regulations.