Face Shield - 9FS925

Face Shield is key protective equipment for healthcare workers which are designed to cover both the eyes and the face that protects against contaminants like blood, microorganisms, and viruses. They are usually made of clear, flexible plastic.
Product Satisfies American Standard ANSI Mark Z87 and Mark Z87+ / European Standard EN 166.
Foam: Polyurethane
Elastic: Strong Soft Fabric
Universal Size
Size: 360x220mm Material: Ultra Clear PET Visor
Thickness: 175 Microns.


Adopted by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA)

The ANSI Z87 rating was created to help develop a certification system for safety eyewear based on specific hazards encountered in the workplace like:

  • Impact
  • Heat
  • Chemicals or Liquid Splash
  • Dust
  • Radiation

Z87+:Glasses must pass the “high mass” test which consists of dropping a 500-gram pointed weight from a height of about 5 feet onto the lens. It also must pass the test of having a ¼” steel ball shot at the lens. The velocity varies which the product (glasses = 102 mph from a distance of 150′, goggles = 170 mph from a distance of 250′, and 205 mph from a distance of 300ft).

EN 166:2001 is the European standard covering the requirements for protective eyewear. It is closely linked to EN 167:2001. EN 166 specifies the minimum requirements for a range of performance tests. This standard contains a set of requirements referred to as ‘basic requirements, which may be regarded as mandatory.EN166 eyewear must be tested to pass the appropriate standards.

EN 168:2001, EN 167:2001 : which specify the optical and non-optical test methods. These processes are outlined by the specifications of EN167 and EN168.

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