Primex develops plastic divider system for golf carts
The PrimexProtect Eagle system.
Courtesy of Primex

Primex develops plastic divider system for golf carts

PrimexProtect Eagle and Birdie lines designed to help courses maintain player spacing while operating at full capacity.

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To help keep golfers on the course while still practicing social distancing, Indiana-based Primex Plastics Corporation has created the PrimexProtect Eagle and Birdie lines of golf cart dividers (patent pending). The dividers are easily installed plastic shielding systems for golf carts, allowing them to be shared by two golfers while helping maintain social distancing and getting courses running at full capacity. 
 
The Eagle system extends from the seat back to the dash, while the Birdie version runs from the seat back to the front edge of the seat. Both systems are made from clear vinyl sheet, attach easily with no drilling or tools required, and roll up out of the way when not needed. The dividers are constructed with use hook and loop fasteners for attachment to the cart roof, and galvanized wire weighting at the bottom. They can be disinfected with mild soap and water or most cleaning agents.
 
Since early March, Primex has been producing its line of PrimexProtect products to ensure safety for first responders, medical personnel, other employees and customers. With the Eagle and Birdie dividers, the product line keeps expanding and now includes face shields, social distancing barriers and medical waste containers, as well as social distancing signage and ear protection. 
 
All PrimexProtect products are proudly produced in Richmond, Indiana, at Primex’s Design & Fabrication division.