Shanghai Sunland Industrial Co., Ltd is the top manufacturer of Personal Protect Equipment in China, with 20 years’experience. We are the Chinese government appointed manufacturer for government power,personal protection equipment , medical instruments,construction industry, etc. All the products get the CE, ANSI and related Industry Certificates. All our safety helmets use the top-quality raw material without any recycling material.
Xiang'an safety helmet manufacturer
We provide exclusive customization of the products logo, using advanced printing technology and technology, not suitable for fading, solid and firm, scratch-proof and anti-smashing, and suitable for various scenes such as construction, mining, warehouse, inspection, etc. Our goal is to satisfy your needs. Demand, do your best.
Professional team work and production line which can make nice quality in short time.
The professional team provides 24 * 7 after-sales service for you, which can help you solve any problems
Address：No. 3888, Hutai Road, Baoshan District, Shanghai, China
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Wearing, a mask ,incorrectly, while healthy might actually make you sick. SALT LAKE CITY (Feb 27, 2020)– Health officials say you shouldn’t be ,wearing, protective face masks as a preventative measure against getting sick. In fact, they say ,wearing, a mask might make you more likely to catch something.
If he is ,wearing, a seat belt and his car has front and side air bags and anti-skid brakes to boot, he may in turn drive a bit more daringly. The point, stresses Adams, is that drivers who feel safe may actually increase the risk that they pose to other drivers, bicyclists, pedestrians and their own passengers (while an average of 80% of drivers buckle up, only 68% of their rear-seat passengers ...