<p>Passenger sneeze guard rendering via Freedman Seating.</p>

Freedman Seating announced a new line of safety products intended to help curb the spread of germs on public and commercial transportation vehicles.

“There is nothing more important to us than to protect the safety and wellbeing of our employees, business partners and America’s Transportation infrastructure. Every decision we make and action we take keeps those principles in mind.” said Dan Cohen, president for Freedman Seating. “Our team is proud to develop and manufacture PPE to help keep America moving, responding, and delivering hope.”

Freedman’s Passenger Protective Equipment, or PPE, includes three products to start:

Passenger Guards: Made from a clear, soft durable vinyl that is easy to replace, easy to clean, UV and Mildew resistant. It is mounted at the top of a passenger seat, behind the passenger’s head, providing protection from sneezes, coughs, droplets, and other airborne person-to-person threats and germs. These guards can be easily added in the field to 3PT mid-high, Feather Weight mid-high, GO-ES and most Freedman Foldaway seats.

Grab Rail Covers: Easy to clean, replace or add in the field, these covers are made from CMI Dimensions Nanocide vinyl with embedded silver, a natural antimicrobial.

Social Distance Seat Bands: Communicate social distancing restrictions with a durable seat band, wrapped around any seat designated “Do Not Sit.”

“Adding PPE to a bus is a significant step forward in improving safety and trust within public transportation at a time when attracting and retaining ridership is extremely tough,” said Cohen.

The new line of PPE products represents another major benchmark in Freedman’s 125-year history as an innovator of seating and safety solutions to the commercial market.

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