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Antalis launches a range of protective solutions

Antalis has launched a range of PPE solutions to protect people working in healthcare, retail, supermarkets, warehouses and other commercial environments from COVID-19. It supports the company’s full range of visual communication materials for use in the production of signage and for solutions such as protective screens, booths and sneeze guards.

The full range of personal protective solutions available is designed to minimise the risk of infection across all environments including solutions offered in line with NHS recommendations.
PPE includes: protective face visors and face masks - face visors are made from a range of clear materials to ensure maximum hygiene and a high degree of clarity. The visors are lightweight and easy to use. Antalis’ disposable face masks are available in a variety of materials and can be used in combination with the protective visors. Disposable aprons - made from polythene they are designed for single use to prevent contamination and can be recycled in the appropriate waste streams. Infrared forehead thermometers - for the quick and easy checking of personnel.
Antalis has a number of product solutions to promote safe distancing. Products range from social distancing tape to a wide portfolio of printable internal/external wall and floor graphics from industry leading brands. Protective barrier film is a removable film designed to prevent contamination between users - it’s ideal for surfaces including laptops, keyboards, tills, screens and switches.
Antalis offers a wide range of substrates in the rigid category, many with environmental benefits. Traditional choices such as foam PVC, Correx and display boards to innovative fibre-based boards such as Xanita and Katz Board, as well as environmental plastics like Triaprint, Priplak polypropylene and Lumex A PET.
Antalis’ rigid substrates are for use well beyond just signage and can be used to form booths, screens and for shielding and separating in the workplace, for example. Xanita – which is made from recycled cardboard boxes – and Stadur products can be fabricated into 3-dimensional shapes to create temporary structures such as sanitising and testing stations or protective barriers. Antalis offers a Xanita cut file service for ease of production of items such as testing stations.
Finally, Antalis offers a range of hygiene products. The portfolio includes anti-bacterial wipes and sprays, tissues, hand sanitiser, facial tissues, antibacterial soap and toilet paper.



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