Extreme Engineering, an industry leader in engineering design, is providing face shields to help protect people from contracting the coronavirus.
Teaming up with their strategic partners, Extreme Engineering has developed the ‘Extreme PPE Shield’, which can be ordered through the company’s engineering parts’ department.
The protective shields are fully adjustable, equipped with an adjustable headband with Velcro attachment. Recognising the high demand for PPE gear to be delivered quickly, Extreme Engineering is able to provide fast delivery times, even on large volume orders.
Jeff Wilson, CEO of Extreme Engineering, said the company wanted to support the crisis and that its factory is equipped to manufacture PPE products quickly and efficiently.
“Everybody knows a nurse, first responder or friend working with the mass public. Our team wanted to provide protection to these brave, hardworking individuals during these uncertain times,” said Wilson.
“Our company is offering the Extreme PPE Shield as a donation opportunity, allowing people to order and send the PPE shields to any person or organisation they desire. We even include free, standard ground shipping in the continental US on all donation orders,” Wilson continued.
A percentage of the proceeds will be donated by Extreme Engineering to UNICEF in the fight to beat COVID-19.