Personal Protective Equipment

Wujiang TTK®
Co., Ltd.

Wujiang TTK@ Textile&Finishing Co., Ltd is professional China Face Shield Manufacturers and Face Shield factory, passing ISO9001:200 quality management system certified by SGS. The company has greige fabric weaving factory, coating factory, lamination and bonding factory, transfer coating and tractor roller coating high-end membrane factory and printing factory subordinated to it.The company also has its own Trade Dept.

  • Our professional Custom Face Shield, The company has greige fabric weaving factory, coating factory, lamination and bonding factory, transfer coating and tractor roller coating high-end membrane factory and printing factory subordinated to it.The company also has its own Trade Dept., Sample Dept., Research and Development Dept. and Test Center which forming one stop service for textile products.

    TTK is a research & development enterprise that has been engaged in functional anti-microbial fabric for 2 decades. It was initial devoted to research and development of high-tech military fabrics, medical antibacterial materials and civil functional fabrics.

  • In 2003, the company served as al supplier of raw fabrics and finished goods for suits used in fighting SARS, and ever since it has viewed medical high-tech materials as one of its. directions for research & development. In view of the prevailing COVID-19, the enterprise has developed as soon as possible the later materia non-woven fabric + PE highly breathable antibacterial membrane composite product) suitable for disposal medical protective suit production line and organized production of novel disposable medical protective suit made of TTK-PE disposal overall gown. The novel product can guarantee antibacterial performance and breathability of the protective suit and high strength of non-woven fabric + PE highly breathable antibacterial membrane composite fabric.

  • We are a textile manufacturing enterprise mainly engaged in textile finished products sales and finishging manufacturing, with self - run import and export right, passing ISO9001:200 quality management system certified by SGS.

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  • Standardized Workshop

    ISO9001 2008 The industry's standardized and large-capacity machinery accessory manufacturers, the quality of customers is guaranteed, and the delivery time of customers is guaranteed.

  • Sophisticated Equipment

    International sophisticated processing equipment, superior design capabilities, and exquisite manufacturing technology, escorting customers' quality assurance at any time.

  • Lab Experience

    The company has an advanced laboratory to provide on-site experience for customers who have doubts, allowing you to make a choice without regrets.

  • Strong Service Team

    In order to facilitate the pre-sale, sale and after-sales service of customers across the country, the company has set up a professional team, no matter where you are, we are by your side!

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Industry knowledge About Face Shield

How does a face shield differ from a face mask in terms of protection and usage?

Design and Coverage:
A face shield is a transparent, full-face protective shield that covers the entire face, extending from the forehead to below the chin and wrapping around the sides of the face. It usually consists of a visor made of clear plastic material, attached to a headband or frame that keeps it securely in place.
On the other hand, a face mask is a covering that primarily shields the nose and mouth. It is typically made of various materials, including cloth, surgical masks, N95 respirators, or other specialized filtering masks. Face masks come in different shapes and designs, but they all share the common feature of covering the nose and mouth.
Protection against Particles:
Face shields primarily protect the wearer's face from larger particles, droplets, and splashes that might come into contact with the eyes, nose, and mouth. They are effective in reducing the risk of exposure to infectious agents expelled through sneezing, coughing, or other close interactions.
Face masks, especially N95 respirators and surgical masks, provide a higher level of protection against smaller airborne particles, including respiratory droplets and aerosols. These masks are designed to filter out particles, offering a more comprehensive defense against inhalation of infectious agents.
Protection for Others:
Both face shields and face masks play a role in protecting others from the wearer's respiratory droplets. Face shields prevent larger droplets from reaching other individuals but may not fully contain smaller aerosols that can escape from the sides and bottom of the shield. Masks, particularly surgical masks and N95 respirators, effectively filter both outgoing and incoming particles, reducing the risk of transmission to others significantly.
Comfort and Breathing:
Face shields tend to be more comfortable to wear for extended periods than masks since they don't restrict airflow and allow for easy breathing. Moreover, they don't come into direct contact with the face, reducing the discomfort associated with prolonged mask use.
However, face shields alone do not provide adequate protection from inhaling small particles present in the air. This is where face masks, especially N95 respirators, excel, offering both protection to the wearer and those around them.
Complementary Use:
In many settings, face shields and face masks are used together to provide comprehensive protection. Medical professionals, for example, often wear both during high-risk procedures to shield their entire face and ensure a higher level of filtration against airborne pathogens.

What are the recommended cleaning and maintenance procedures for a face shield to ensure it remains effective?

Pre-Cleaning Inspection: Before each use, inspect the face shield for any signs of damage, cracks, or scratches. A damaged shield may not provide adequate protection and should be replaced.
Hand Hygiene: Always perform hand hygiene with soap and water or use hand sanitizer before handling the face shield to prevent cross-contamination.
Remove Surface Contaminants: After each use, gently wipe the outer and inner surfaces of the face shield with a soft, clean cloth or disposable wipe to remove any surface contaminants, such as droplets or splashes.
Cleaning Solution: Prepare a mild cleaning solution using warm water and a small amount of soap or detergent. Avoid using harsh chemicals or abrasive cleaners, as they may damage the shield's surface or cause it to lose its clarity.
Cleaning Process: Dip a clean cloth or sponge into the cleaning solution, wring out excess liquid, and wipe both sides of the face shield thoroughly. Pay close attention to the edges and any areas that may come into contact with the skin.
Rinse and Dry: After cleaning, rinse the face shield with clean water to remove any soap residue. Use a dry, lint-free cloth to gently pat the shield dry. Avoid wiping vigorously, as this can create static charges that attract dust and particles.
Disinfection (if applicable): If the face shield is intended for reuse in high-risk environments, follow the manufacturer's guidelines for disinfection. Some face shields may be compatible with certain disinfectants or alcohol wipes, while others may require other methods like UV-C light disinfection.
Storage: Store the face shield in a clean, dry area away from direct sunlight and extreme temperatures. Use a protective cover if available to prevent scratches or damage when not in use.
Replace When Necessary: Over time, face shields may become worn or scratched, affecting their clarity and protective capabilities. Replace face shields as recommended by the manufacturer or when signs of wear are evident.
Avoid Sharing: Face shields should not be shared between individuals unless they have been properly cleaned and disinfected between uses.