New Jordan Defense Shield Provides a Shield for Safe Social Distancing

Jordan Defense ShieldAre you trying to install barriers at your bar or around your tables? Then a new product that requires no tools—the Jordan Defense Shield™—may be just the solution you’ve been looking for.

A new, flexible plastic shield for safe social distancing in a variety of environments, including bars and restaurants, the shield can be installed and uninstalled in seconds and made to fit any space by simply unrolling the shield to the required length.

The patent-pending Jordan Defense Shield from Maguire Products, Inc. ships as a compact roll with rods attached at either end of the plastic roll. Magnets and adhesive discs are provided for vertically mounting the rods, with no tools needed. Desk clamps are available as alternatives. Video of a typical installation can be seen at

“The versatility of the Jordan Defense Shield eliminates the assembly effort required by the rigid plastic sheets now widely offered as protection from Covid-19,” says Frank Kavanagh, vice president of sales and marketing for Maguire Products. “For deployment in restaurants and retail stores where shielding needs are constantly shifting, our shields can be removed and relocated over and over, with appropriate changes in length.”

The flexible plastic for the Jordan Defense Shield is made of PET polyester, which is recycled around the world.

The Jordan Defense Shield is available worldwide. Discounts are available for bulk orders, and standard shipping for these is free in the contiguous U.S.

The Jordan Defense Shield brand is headquartered at 11 Crozerville Road, Aston, PA 19014 U.S.A. and can be reached at 1-610-459-4300 or by email at [email protected]. Maguire Products, Inc., is headquartered in Aston, Pennsylvania, U.S.A., and is a global supplier of equipment to the plastics industry. Founded in 1977, Maguire operates six manufacturing facilities in Aston. The company maintains a worldwide network of distributors and has six international sales and service subsidiaries.