The SheffShield full face visor is CE marked and BSI Certified to PPE Regulation for Healthcare Professionals 2020/403.
It is designed to provide an effective barrier to airborne liquid splashes and droplets. It comprises a single polypropylene headband for many hours of comfortable use. Attached to this is a clear PET visor, coated to reduce fogging and static. To securely retain the face shield, an adjustable latex free strap is provided with the ability to accommodate tied back hair.
Mask straps hook around the special ear saving pegs on the visor, avoiding ear discomfort (mask not included). Easy assembly, with three components. This device provides full face and lateral protection, featuring a liquid-proof, transparent visor. The face shield may be used in conjunction with a respirator mask and/or additional eye protection such as glasses, and a gown.
It is the responsibility of individual users to determine allergies to any materials used to construct this face shield; they should not use the product if allergic to the following: Headband - polypropylene; Visor - PET; Strap - silicone rubber.
This protective face shield is manufactured for COVID-protection only—it is not a PPE device for general use and shall not be used for purposes other than protection against COVID-19.
The importance of CE marking
The SheffShield face visor has been CE marked, complying with EU Directive 2016/425, the Personal Protective Equipment Regulation. A CE mark indicates that the product conforms to a recognised set of requirements applicable to that product and in this case that it has been independently tested. This is a very important aspect that anyone wanting to use a face shield or visor as PPE in a work place, or to issue to employees must be aware of.
- Mask straps hook around special ear saving pegs on the visor, avoiding ear discomfort.
- CE marked and BSI Certified to PPE Regulation for Healthcare Professionals 2020/403.
- Easy assembly and multiple strap positions to ensure a great fit.
- Coated PET visor to reduce fogging and static.