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Reusable Face Shield

comfortable to wear, easy to clean.

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Full Face Protective Masks

100% Disinfection
RoHS Compliant
Made in Taiwan

Please note: the full face protective mask is not a replacement for a surgical mask.

Features/Specifications of face shields:

Full transparency does not occlude visual permeability.

Gap maintained between mask and face to facilitate ventilation, while also preventing clouding when breathing.

Windproof and dust-proof, while preventing water droplets from spraying into the eyes, nose, and mouth.

Made from PET material so it is reusable after cleaning—thus environmentally friendly.

Comfortable Velcro design which is self-adjustable.

Device has been thoroughly sanitized before leaving the factory to maintain strict hygiene.




Q: Why and when do we need face shields?

A: COVID-19 is all around us. Therefore, the best thing to do is to maintain social distancing and wear a mask. Yet, it is inescapable that people come in close contact in daily life and at work, and that fact depends on continual improvement of personal equipment.

Wearing a mask + a face shield allows double protection.

During the prevention of the spread of the pandemic period, it becomes everyone’s responsibility to protect themselves.

Therefore, we recommend that companies provide protective face shields to employees for use when necessary.



The following reference information comes from the CDC website updated on August 7:

Face Shields

  • A face shield is primarily used for eye protection for the person wearing it. At this time, it is not known what level of protection a face shield provides to people nearby from the spray of respiratory droplets from the wearer. There is currently not enough evidence to support the effectiveness of face shields for source control. Therefore, CDC does not currently recommend use of face shields as a substitute for masks.

  • However, wearing a mask may not be feasible in every situation for some people for example, people who are deaf or hard of hearing—or those who care for or interact with a person who is hearing impaired. Here are some considerations for individuals who must wear a face shield instead of a mask:

    • Although evidence on face shields is limited, the available data suggest that the following face shields may provide better source control than others:

      • Face shields that wrap around the sides of the wearer’s face and extend below the chin.

      • Hooded face shields.

    • Face shield wearers should wash their hands before and after removing the face shield and avoid touching their eyes, nose and mouth when removing it.

    • Disposable face shields should only be worn for a single use and disposed of according to manufacturer instructions.

    • Reusable face shields should be cleaned and disinfected after each use according to manufacturer instructions or by following CDC face shield cleaning instructions .

    • Plastic face shields for newborns and infants are NOT recommended.



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