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Face Shield Assembly Video
You can now make a donation that will go towards donating
face shields to individuals or organizations in need.
InLine Motion will match your donation to
double the number face shields shipping out.
Private donations: 402
InLine Motion donations: 403
Our personal protective equipment (PPE) face shields are a full kit that features a halo with adjustable elastic bands, and a replaceable clear plastic shield. They ship flat, hundreds per box and assemble quickly without tools. All individual parts are durable and replaceable. We have done everything that we can to keep production costs to a minimum without sacrificing quality.
According to National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI): Face shields are personal protective equipment devices that are used by many individuals (e.g., medical, dental, veterinary) for protection of the facial area and associated mucous membranes (eyes, nose, mouth) from splashes, sprays, and spatter of body fluids. Face shields are generally not used alone, but in conjunction with other protective equipment and are therefore classified as adjunctive personal protective equipment. Not FDA approved devices. There is currently no universal standard for face/eye protection from biological hazards.
Healthcare workers’ faces have been reported to be the body part most commonly contaminated by splashes, sprays and spatter of body fluids.
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Not FDA approved devices. There is currently no universal standard for face/eye protection from biological hazards. Face shields are considered Class I medical devices that are exempt from Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Pre-Market Notification, but are subject to the FDA’s Quality System Regulation that includes periodic inspection. Face shields do not protect fully from impact hazards, so that OSHA requires their use in conjunction with additional eye protection (goggles, prescription spectacles with side shields, etc.).