Protective Face Shield Details
Size of shields are 11.8″ wide and 9.75″ long.
Forehead Strip: Foam 1″ x 12″ strip of polyethylene foam
Elastic band: 1″ x 13″ polyester, knitted or woven elastic
|Visible Light Transmission: 84.0%||Solar Energy Transmission: 76.0%|
|Solar Energy Absorbed: 19.09%||Solar Energy Reflection: 9.0%|
|UV Rejection 99.0%||Solar Heat Gain Coefficient: 0.81|
|Shading Coefficient: 0.93||Total Solar Energy Rejection: 20.0%|
|ASTM D882 Tinsile Stress|
|Tensile Strength at Break: 28,000 lbs./in.||Break Strength: 300 lbs./in.|
|Elongation at Break: 120%||Peel Strength: ASTM D3330 > 3000 g/in.|
|Puncture Strength: ASTM D2582 > 215 lbs.||Haze Change: ASTM D1044 < 4.4%|
Pricing and Availability
For pricing: call 1-385-999-2255
Minimum orders: 50
Maximum orders: No maximum
Capability: Daily production capacity is up to 50,000 units per day.
Lead Time: For orders above 10,000, the lead time is two to three weeks.
How Shields Help Protect Medical Staff
Healthcare workers’ faces have been reported to be the body part most commonly contaminated by splashes, sprays and splatter of bodily fluids. Medical face shields are an added layer that helps keep doctors and nurses safe from potentially infectious materials. While face masks do filter out some airborne issues, they can be itchy and people are prone to touching them. Touching a face mask spreads the contagious materials onto the very item protecting personnel.
By wearing a face shield, medical professionals are reminded not to touch their PPE masks. They also are less likely to touch their faces, rub their eyes, or have bodily fluids sprayed onto them. Something as simple as a cough or sneeze can be all it takes to spread an infectious virus. Respiratory viruses don’t just enter the body via our airways, but can be contracted through the eyes.
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