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Faceshields

Provide face protection with faceshields. Our line of face protection equipment are designed to protect your workers face from flying objects when performing tasks like grinding, masonry work, carpentry, general construction site tasks, welding and much more. A number of our face shields are designed to attach to hard hats, providing your personnel with both head and face protection. Standalone safety face shields are also available, as well as face shield mounts.

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    If the conditions of your workplace can change, i.e., a work process that can produce flying objects or debris needs to be implemented right away, you might want to think about providing your employees with face shields. We carry face shields that can be attached to an existing hard hat without compromising the headgear’s performance besides stand alone full face shields.Just remember, these face protection devices should still be used in conjunction with safety eyewear, especially if you choose a mesh type faceshield. Also, remember to check the safety face shield’s dielectric rating, if electrical conductivity is a consideration.