• 3M™ Hard Hat, Ratchet, Non vented, Dielectric 440V, Plastic Sweatband, Red, H701N-RD, 20 ea/Case
  • 3M™ Hard Hat, Ratchet, Non vented, Dielectric 440V, Plastic Sweatband, Red, H701N-RD, 20 ea/Case

    3M ID XA007708812
    • Comfortable, tough and lightweight protective hard hat
    • Provides electrical insulation up to 440Vac
    • Short peak gives improved upwards visibility
    • Head harness can be rotated 180° for better visibility when working in confined spaces
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    Specifications
    Attribute Name
    Value
    Case Quantity
    20
    Dielectric
    440Vac Dielectric
    Material
    HDPE
    NPVI Mktg
    Yes
    Product Series
    H-700 Series
    Product Type
    Hard Hat
    Suspension Type
    Ratchet
    Sweatband Type
    Plastic
    Typical Application
    Construction
    Vented/Unvented
    No
    Ventilated
    No
    Product Details
    • Comfortable, tough and lightweight protective hard hat
    • Provides electrical insulation up to 440Vac
    • Short peak gives improved upwards visibility
    • Head harness can be rotated 180° for better visibility when working in confined spaces
    • Approved for use at -30 °C (EN397:2012) and -50 °C (GOST EN397:2012)
    • Offers protection from molten metal splash
    • Offers protection from molten metal splash
    • Approval for 440Vac Electrical Insulation (EN 50365)

    3M™ Hard Hat, H701N-RD is our lightweight red hard hat with a plastic sweatband and electrical insulation up to 440Vac. It features ratchet suspension, a short peak and a head harness that can be rotated 180° for improved visibility.

    For comfortable, tough and lightweight head protection that can withstand cold temperatures, use 3M™ Hard Hat, H701N-RD. Our red hard hat features ratchet suspension, a plastic sweatband and a short peak which provides improved upwards visibility. It also provides electrical insulation up to 440Vac and protects against molten metal splash. The head harness can be rotated 180° for better visibility when working in confined spaces. It’s approved for use at -30 °C (EN397:2012) and -50 °C (GOST EN397:2012).