UltraShield® Acrylic Tabletop Protective Sneeze Shield, 30" x 24"
Protect your business, classroom or home with Seville Classics UltraShield® Acrylic Tabletop Protective Sneeze Shield. This thick acrylic panel is designed for professional use on desks, countertops, tables and more. The rectangular panel is 30 inches long and 24 inches wide, making it a great option at cash registers and cubicles. It’s made of thick (5 mm) transparent acrylic for an impact-resistant, crystal-clear window that’s easy to clean. Use the shield vertically or horizontally with the clamp-on aluminum feet. The feet raise the shield allowing for a small gap below that’s perfect as a transaction window for exchanging documents or cash. Non-slip padding at the bottom prevents the shield from sliding on slick surfaces when bumped or nudged. Assembly is easy with detailed instructions included. Outfit your business today with heavy-duty protection from Seville Classics.
- Solid transparent acrylic panel
- Use horizontally or vertically
- Transaction gap beneath panel
- Heavy-duty aluminum feet
- Easy assembly
SNEEZE, COUGH, AND DROPLET BARRIER – This tall and wide shield (30" x 24") is designed to block droplets from speaking, coughing and sneezing.
HEAVY-DUTY TRANSPARENT ACRYLIC – The thick (5 mm) acrylic shield is designed for durability in everyday use.
COMMERICAL-GRADE DESIGN – The shield features a small gap for transactions and exchanging documents. It’s designed for point-of-sale and checkout counters. Use them in conference rooms, offices and more!
NON-SLIP FEET – This premium sneeze shield features aluminum feet with non-slip bottoms to prevent the unit from moving when touched.
Dimensions: 30" L x 24" W. Shield can be installed horizontally or vertically.
Limited 1-Year Manufacturer's Warranty
Seville Classics products are backed by a 1-year limited warranty unless otherwise specified. The warranty protects against original defects in material or workmanship under normal home or office use for the duration of the warranty period.
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