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David Clark Headset Hanger

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Part# 11-13518
MFR Model# 43200G-01

Overview

The 43200G-01 Headset Hanger is the perfect NFPA-compliant headset restraint for fire apparatus, EMS, and rescue vehicles. Manufactured from heavy duty, transportation-grade rubber, it is not affected by hot of cold temperatures, UV rays or corrosive marine environments. An integrated quick-release strap completes this unique, simple and effective solution for any style David Clark noise-attenuating headset.
   
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Features

  • Compatible with ALL David Clark noise-attenuating headset styles
  • Heavy-duty, transportation-grade rubber construction
  • NFPA compliant restraint for vehicle crew areas, holding weight of up to 5 lbs. per hanger (meets or exceeds NFPA 1901, 14.1.11.2)
  • Holds safe working load for non-crew areas of up to 25 lbs. per hanger (50% of it's break strength)
  • Unaffected by hot and cold temperatures and corrosive marine environments
  • UV, salt and chemical resistant
  • Mounts easily with one #10 bolt or screw
  • Mounting area: 2.5"x.75" (64mm x 19mm)
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