Eco-V Corran-style Face Shield

A soft and snug fit for long term wear by all.  Be protected and comfortable.

We will customise the face shield with your company or institution’s exclusive design and logo on any orders of 20 or more. You provide your company logo and we customise your face shield.

The standard design makes provision for a person to mark the shield with his/her name to prevent contamination from being used by someone else.

Orders up to 50 can be delivered in 5 days after receipt of the order. Bigger orders will take longer and delivery time will be discussed per order.

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PPE Protection Comparison of Characteristics
Why a face shield?
What does the Government say?

PPE-Comparison

Why a Face Shield?

Although the Department of Education has not yet approved the use of face shields, it may be the best option for use in classrooms without obstructing the mouth while still protecting the entire face.  Although face shields have been recommended in combination with face masks, several studies have concluded face shields are an effective method in Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). In fact, the Infectious Diseases Society of America have included face shields as a method to maintain physical distancing in steps toward reopening communities. Although face shields can be bulky, they provide a barrier for the entire face including eyes, nose, and mouth and extend from the top of the head to below the chin. Face shields have been referred to as a better alternative to face masks due to the eye protection. Fit, extent of face coverage, reusability, facial visibility and protection associated with face shields, make them an attractive option for classroom use. Research suggests face shields offer advantages in reusability and fit while providing the added barrier of preventing face touching. Clarity in visible communication is also a benefit in classroom social interactions. Facial visibility for teachers allows for context and emotion-perception in important interactions between students, educators, school staff and administration. Studies have found those connections made socially and emotionally directly impact student achievement. Facial visibility is critical to the needs of students who have autistic spectrum disorder, are hard of hearing, or deaf.

What does the SA Government say?

On 30 June 2020, the Government issued the document:  Face Shield and Goggles:  Recommended Guidelines. 

“Face shields and goggles offer a number of added advantages. While some face masks have limited durability and little potential for reprocessing, face shields and goggles have a higher durability, can be reused much more often (when manufactured for this purpose) and are easily cleaned with soap and water, or common household disinfectants. They should be comfortable to wear over an extended period of time, protect the portals of viral entry, and reduce the potential for autoinoculation by preventing the wearer from touching their face. Eye protectors should be free from projections, sharp edges or other defects, which are likely to cause discomfort or injury during use.”