Pack of 1000 x Face Shields
Our Face Shields / Safety Visors offer full face protection by covering the eyes, nose and mouth, and protect frontline workers from infectious diseases like COVID-19, in healthcare, retail, logistics and security industries.
- Lightweight and durable
- Easy to adjust and comfortable to wear and breathe in
- Prevents wearer from touching their face
- Easily sanitised
- Reusable headband
- Replaceable visor which can easily be changed daily – reorder option on visors post-purchase
- Full face protection – covers eyes, nose and mouth
- Can be used over reading glasses or a face mask
- Makes lip reading possible for the deaf/hard of hearing
- Reinforces the importance of physical distancing
- Fully recyclable
- Proudly South African – support local manufacturing
- Visor material: PET, fully recyclable
- Headband material: Polypropylene, fully recyclable
- Maximum Height: 280mm
- Warp around length: 280mm (Ear to Ear)
- Nominal Product Weight: 41 grams
- Assembly required
What's in the boxes
1000 x Visor
1000 x Headband
"A team of experts say face shields might replace masks as a more comfortable and more effective deterrent to Covid-19.
"Face shields, which can be quickly and affordably produced and distributed, should be included as part of strategies to safely and significantly reduce transmission in the community setting," said a trio of physicians from the University of Iowa.
Shields have a number of advantages over masks, they added. First of all, they are endlessly reusable, simply requiring cleaning with soap and water or common disinfectants. Shields are usually more comfortable to wear than masks, and they form a barrier that keeps people from easily touching their own faces.
According to the Iowa team, large-scale studies haven't yet been conducted. But "in a simulation study, face shields were shown to reduce immediate viral exposure by 96% when worn by a simulated healthcare worker within 18 inches of a cough."
"When the study was repeated at the currently recommended physical distancing distance of 6ft (1.8m), face shields reduced inhaled virus by 92%," the authors said."
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