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Our personal counter top isolation barriers are the perfect cough and sneeze guards help maintain social distancing recommendations and physical separation in the workplace.

Product Details


• Personal barriers offer protection from sprays, splashes and direct respiratory droplets to limit exposure to contaminants
• Designed to maintain workplace efficiency—easily move as needed to provide a barrier at counters, desks and work areas
• Eliminate the need to change or spread out workstations—clear PVC lets you interact with others while still physically separating
• Extruded aluminum frame with flexible PVC panel is durable yet lightweight
• Clean with soap and water or disinfectant solution (ammonia-based cleaning products not recommended)
• Easy to assemble with included zip ties (user supplied mallet required)
• Made in the USA
• Choose from freestanding or counter/desktop style barriers
• Custom sizes available


  • Shipping Weight 9
  • Dimensions (W x D x H) 48"W x 36"H

Full Description 

When social distancing cannot be maintained but operations need to continue, cough and sneeze guards provide needed protection in office environments, manufacturing facilities, hotels, restaurants, retail businesses, and public buildings.

WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including diisononylphthalate and aluminum, which are known to the State of California to  cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to


Frequently Asked Questions

What is a Countertop Isolation Barrier?

Countertop isolation barriers are cough and sneeze guards that provide physical distancing in areas where observing the recommended social distancing guidelines is not possible. When placed between employees and customers, the flexible PVC panel will stop contaminants from being passed from one individual to another.

The Countertop barrier is ideal for allowing normative operations to continue even in a socially distanced environment. These barriers will enable businesses to provide quality service to their customers while protecting staff and personnel from exposure to pathogens.

The Countertop isolation barrier eliminates the need to alter the configuration or layout of workstations. By simply placing the barriers between workstations, facilities will be able to follow physical distancing guidelines without having to rearrange employee work areas. These isolation barriers are ideal for hotels, restaurants, retail businesses, or any location where space does not allow social distancing guidelines to be observed.

Are Countertop Isolation Barriers Available in Multiple Sizes?

Isolation barriers from Basic Concepts are available in countertop or freestanding options. The Countertop isolation barrier features a 48″W x 36″H design that enables it to be placed on work desks and countertops. For unique layouts, custom-sizing options are available.

The freestanding barrier is an alternative isolation barrier designed to provide physical distancing for staff who are not sitting or working behind a countertop. These barriers can provide protection between standing personnel in factories, assembly lines, or any work area where social distancing guidelines cannot be maintained due to limited space.

How Should Countertop Isolation Barriers be Assembled and Installed?

The Countertop isolation barrier features an extruded aluminum frame construction with a protective PVC panel that functions as a cough and sneeze guard. These barriers are designed to be lightweight and easy to transport. To assemble, use the zip ties and rubber mallet to fasten the PVC panel to the aluminum frame.

Once the isolation barrier is assembled, place the Countertop barrier in the area where physical distancing is desired. When not in use, these barriers can be easily disassembled or relocated for convenient storage.

What is the Best Way to Clean Countertop Isolation Barriers?

Countertop Isolation barriers can be cleaned using soap and water or any disinfectant solution. For these barriers, it is not recommended to use ammonia-based cleaning products as these chemicals may damage the barriers.