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Modern Work expert DURABLE has converted part of its production to produce PPE

Transparent face visors // users facial expressions are clearly visible // barrier function that minimises the exchange of droplets // available now

Modern work expert DURABLE has transformed its production in Gotha, Germany, to focus on the production of PPE. Instead of loose-leaf binders, folders and name badges, face visors are now produced which helps to shield those in direct contact with customers and co-workers.

Many key workers are currently operating in medical institutions, grocers and logistics environments. As the economy reignites, the visor can also protect other workers such as those in retail, educational institutions and offices.

The transparent plastic visor covers the mouth, nose and eyes and forms a barrier which minimises the exchange of droplets between people in personal contact. The wearer’s face is still clearly visible and his or her facial expressions are recognisable. The DURABLE face visor, made of high-quality plastic, can be completely disinfected and reused.

Dealers can order the product from DURABLE and request supporting marketing content. Get in touch with your DURABLE account manager or email hello@durable-uk.com for more information.

High protection and comfort

The DURABLE visor provides protection without restricting the ability to work – to make this possible, the visor is equipped with special features.

The clear plastic does not fog up and is anti-glare. The visor is sufficient length to cover the face but allows the head complete freedom of movement. When away from people and not needed, it can be folded up, when working on a computer for example. The headband can be individually adjusted to suit the wearer’s head circumference (between 53 and 62 cm) and fastened securely whilst the padding provides comfort and also acts as a sweat barrier.

For more information, download DURABLE’S product pdf or email hello@durable-uk.com

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