SNEEZE GUARD | COUNTER TOP
Clear Acrylic Sneeze Guard Screens are essential for retail counter staff and office employees, required to work with and assist the public during the COVID-19 season.
Our Sneeze Guards are made from 3mm Clear Acrylic.
Standard Sizes available are listed below. Special sizes can be done on request.
One of the most sought after Indoor Promotional Products to prevent the spread of fluids from coughing and sneezing in the work place.
Strong, stiff, clear plastic available in a variety of brilliant colours
Acrylic is a transparent plastic material with outstanding strength, stiffness, and optical clarity. Acrylic sheet is easy to fabricate, bonds well with adhesives and solvents, and is easy to thermoform. It has superior weathering properties compared to many other transparent plastics.
Acrylic sheet exhibits glass-like qualities—clarity, brilliance, and transparency—but at half the weight and many times the impact resistance of glass. From durable signs and skylights, to eye-catching retail store fixtures, displays and shelves, acrylic plastics provide outstanding versatility, durability, and aesthetic qualities.
The Physical Properties of Acrylic and Plexiglass Sheets
Acrylic plastic is a transparent thermoplastic homopolymer that is often colloquially referred to as plexiglass. This plastic has unique properties that make it ideal for a variety of purposes, ranging from basic household items to fiber optic cables that power the world. These properties have allowed acrylic to enjoy immense popularity in manufacturing as well as DIY projects:
- High impact resistance
- High optical clarity
- Innate weatherability and UV resistance
- Excellent dimensional stability
- Excellent chemical resistance
Out of all these properties, the most commonly cited advantage of acrylic is its durability. Despite its lower price point, it is 10 times more impact resistant than glass. In the unlikely event that acrylic plastic does break, it will fracture into dull-edged pieces instead of sharp, dangerous shards. These properties contribute to acrylic’s popularity as windows for commercial buildings.
What is Acrylic Used For?
Whether you’re looking for strength, longevity, or clarity, acrylic plastic offers several advantages over other materials and is extremely versatile—meaning it can be used in a variety of different applications. Here are a few examples:
- Skylights and commercial windows
- Retail signage and displays
- Aquariums and terrariums
- Protective barriers for manufacturing
- Bullet resistant glass
- Plexiglass windows
- Greenhouse panels
If you are looking for a transparent plastic that is easily moldable and has high impact resistance, it may be acrylic plastic that you ultimately need to finish your project.