Lightweight Anti-Fog Face Shield, Case of 5
- Products Model: 13-2798-5
- Product Brand: Fabrication Enterprises, Inc.
- Condition: New
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Having the right tools to protecting the safety of others as well as yourself has never been more important. These limited-reusable Face Shields are widely used in hospitals, dentistry and research institutions as well as in the medicine, food and cosmetics industries. Face shields are not just a front-line fighter in helping to prevent potential infection spread, they are usually more comfortable to wear. Face shields, which form a barrier that helps to keep people from easily touching their face, are also better than masks as users don't need to pull a shield down to speak clearly. These face shields are made from optically clear polyester for maximum visibility. They offer full-face protection that extends below the chin on most users. Additionally, these shields feature anti-fog protection, a feature many face shields lack. The foam band and shield are both Latex-Free while the shield offers enough space to be worn with or without glasses. Why a Face Shield? In a recent study, Face Shields were shown to reduce immediate viral exposure by 96% when worn by a simulated health care worker within 18 inches of a cough. Designed for busy, multi-user environments, this is a box of 5 limited-reusable Face Shields. The shields are lightweight, weighing less than 1 lb., meaning it's comfortable to wearing and keep on for hours at a time. Masks are generously sized at 8.6". Ultra-soft, thick foam rings the interior of the Face Shield for ultimate comfort, ensuring a comfortable fit even during the longest of days. Face Shields allow for smoother communication as they allow visibility of facial expressions and lip movements for easier speech recognition and perception. The 13" elastic head band ensures that one size fits most, going around the head and keeping the shield securely in place.