How are acrylic sneeze screens made?

ACRYLIC sneeze screens are designed to create a physical barrier to protect people from sneeze and cough droplets and are recommended by the government to be installed in workplaces to separate people from each other.

As lockdown eases and more businesses are on track to return to work safely, the demand for acrylic sneeze screens is currently on a high level.

Watch the video below to see how acrylic sneeze screens are made daily in this London-based production line.

WorkShield is an online shop with a wide range of protective sneeze screens for any workplace. Screens are made from clear acrylic panels, manufactured in a lean manufacturing production line in West London.

WorkShield is a venture inspired and created by Michael Krajewski CEO of Steelo LTD. Graduating in Aeronautical Engineering and Armament Design (MSc), he has spent the last ten years marrying his innovative mindset with his devotion to building and growing businesses.

Driven by his passion and entrepreneurial spirit Michael created WorkShield to aid business owners, enabling them to get their business back on track following the detrimental impact of COVID-19, whilst keeping employees safe.

“Our mission is to get your business going by allowing to bring back employees to the office and provide a risk-free environment,” said Michael Krajewski, company founder.

“We’ve adopted lean manufacturing techniques and Theory of Constraints to maximise the efficiency and capacity of our production line. In response to unprecedented demand due to Covid-19, we can manufacture up to 300 screens per day.”