Full Face Shield Visors, Large Wrap-Around, Made in USA
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Disposable Face Guard with Wrap Around Shield
Wrap-Around Face Shield Visor for more Protection!
- Optically clear 8 mil (.008") thick Polyethylene terephthalate (PET) medical face shield provides increase level of protection from splashes, sprays, and splatter of bodily fluids.
- Elastic elastic headband with contoured polyethylene foam strip rests comfortably against your forehead without slipping.
- UV resistant.
- Help Reduce incidental face touching.
- Comes fully assembled and ready to use. Disposable after use to help fight cross-contamination.
- Size: One size fits most.
- Shield: 9.75 L" x 11.8" W.
- Head Strap: 1" x 13".
- Foam Forehead Strip: 1" x 12".
- Choose from a pack of 10, a case of 50, or a case of 100 Full Length Face Shields.
Large Disposable Face Shields
If you are looking for disposable face shield visors that offer optimal protection against splatters and airborne particles, these full length disposable face shields are the perfect choice. These products are made with an optically clear polyethylene to avoid interfering with your clarity when working. The face shield is held in place using an elastic headband which is outlined against your head using foam.
These face shields are best suitable for use in medical field, where medical care many times involves the potential of infection from blood or other bodily fluids. A medical face shields add an extra layer of protection on top of air filtering face masks. While face masks do filter out some airborne issues they are 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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