Submitted by Bluemap Design, ClearSpace offers safety barriers for a classroom desk in post COVID-19 world. It’s revolutionary desk partition system that protects K-12 students.
Since coronavirus pandemic seems like to stay for the long haul, we have to live with it. The question is, how do we change the way we live? how to reopen schools and make sure the safety of our children in classrooms?. ClearSpace aims to offer one possible solutions to keep children safe without sacrificing their education, giving parents some peace of mind when they send their kids back to school.
ClearSpace provides protective barrier solution to reduce the risk of virus transmission and protect students. In collaboration with Bluemap Design, ClearSpace has developed ClearSpace Safety Barriers, a revolutionary desk partition system that consists of three interlocking panels. These panels can be easily attached onto a desk of any size using screw-on clamps. These safety barriers protect each student at their desk, minimizing the need to wear masks, they are also easy to disinfect.
There are three main components of ClearSpace Safety Barriers: a curved “Sneeze Guard” front panel and two identical side panels. It’s easy to install, each panel has two metal clamp fastened onto a transparent acrylic sheet. The modular design allows you to attach a various length of front panel and side panels in order to create protective enclosure. Any exposed corners feature generous radii for safety purposes. You can be sure all these panels are securely attached onto the desk, it would not detach even when a student accidentally bumps into it. No tool required for the installation.
Since these safety barriers are specially designed for classrooms, the front panel also comes with a nameplate and the side panel’s top edge is color coded. It would help teach to group and assign seats for students.
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