ICP has been manufacturing face shield components to meet the surging demand from the spread of COVID-19. Using PETG plastic, we’re diecutting clear shields to be used in PPE on the frontlines of this pandemic. Our Minneapolis facility also has the capability to die cut foam for face shield components and provide assembly services for a more complete product.
As the golf season is in full swing, golf course managers are feverishly working to improve capacity constraints when each golfer has to be in their own cart. ICP has the ability to fabricate dividers that provide a protective barrier so golfers from two different households are able to ride in the same cart together while still maintaining a safe distance. Reach out to us with your design/needs, and we will be happy to find a solution for you.
Are you in need of foam pads for your face shields? ICP has the ability to laminate adhesive onto foam and die cut it in order to get the added support and protection necessary for workers on the front line.
The high demand for elastic has greatly decreased availability and increased lead times. We have the material knowledge to make alternative material recommendations that have shorter lead times to get workers on the front lines of the protection they need when they need it.
In addition to the production of face shields to meet COVID-19 demands, ICP also has the ability to fabricate plastic shields to work as a preventative measure against COVID-19. Using acrylic, PETG, or polycarbonate plastic, we are able to cut sheet material using our 3-Axis CNC technology. These shields are designed to work as barriers between the customer and staff member for retail locations, grocery stores, and many other businesses.
Grocery store workers, retail employees, and other professions are exposing themselves every day to COVID-19, and this is another preventative measure to help slow the spread. As a plastic manufacturer, we are doing everything we can to help in this time of need. As an essential business in the pandemic response, ICP will continue its work, contributing to the efforts we all need to undertake together to face COVID-19.