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Protective Hygiene Screens by MGS Ltd


ABOUT THIS PRODUCT...


MGS Ltd, a UK-based manufacturer and installer of door and entrance systems, has been supporting its customers during the COVID-19 pandemic with building adjustments to reduce risk of cross-contamination and safeguard staff and visitors.


As entrances and public welcome areas prepared for reopening, some customers requested an aesthetic, non-intrusive solution for reception desk screens, to provide a clear barrier between customers, staff and colleagues without causing any damage to the desk or counter.


As door and entrance specialists uniquely aligned to support FMs, M&E contractors and building owners, MGS understood these environments, and was able to work to the timescales required, by offering a range of door automation and screen products that meet the need for reduced physical contact contamination and social distancing in the workplace.


The MGS Reception Shield is a protective screen system that can be easily fitted and removed without damage to the desk. Specifically designed for commercial and hospitality environments where it is important to maintain high-quality building aesthetics and a superior welcoming experience for visitors, its unique design allows a screen barrier to be safely fitted where fixing and drilling is not possible or appropriate.


Company Contact


sales@mgsuk.com 01384 293 141 www.mgsuk.com


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The Reception Shield is available in both free-standing and clamped variants in a choice of colours and finishes, with optional transaction gaps and side returns to enable social distancing and safer trading.


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