Polycarbonate Sneeze Shield Provides protection against airborne pathogens.
Provide your students added classroom protection with a Desk Shield. To help stop the spread of germs, and where social distancing may not be possible, create a physical barrier between desks for an added level of protection. Available in a variety of sizes, customize with graphics to match a classroom theme or remind students of important health procedures.
An economical solution to help students return to school safely, the Desk Edge Shields are made from 1/4" polycarbonate, a better alternative to plexiglass shields and acrylic solutions.
Provide protection at high-traffic areas such as reception desks, individual desktops, conference rooms, lunchroom tables, student desks, and teacher desks. When social distancing isn't possible, add a shield to protect from airborne droplets. This protective barrier fits most counters and doesn’t require any adjustments to your existing furnishings.
- Transparent plastic for full visibility
- Durable 1/8" thick polycarbonate plastic
- Easy to clean and disinfect
- Portable solution won't damage your existing furnishings
- Convenient design is easy to relocate
- Custom sizes available
- 4" x 12" Openings available
- Made in the USA
Cleaning & Disinfecting
- Polycarbonate sheets are naturally UV resistant, have high-impact resistance, and maintain their transparency, color, and shape for years
- Polycarbonate sheets are as transparent as glass, and they are 250x more resistant to breakage as standard glass and 30x stronger than acrylic
- Polycarbonate is also lighter and more durable than glass and easy for maneuvering and installation
- Durable against chips and cracks, sheets can be drilled without worry of cracking
- Highly resistant to acids and other chemicals such as gasoline
Polycarbonate has a higher chemical resistance, allowing it to be cleaned by harsher cleaners containing chemicals such as ammonia. The best choice for cleaning is a micro fibre or 100% cotton cloths (no other types). Should not be cleaned with solvents.
Soap and water, hydrogen peroxide and isopropyl alcohol-based sanitizer work best to disinfect polycarbonate. Avoid hydroxides, dimethyl benzyl or ethyl ammonium chloride, ethylenediamine and hypochlorite.