The Friction Materials Standards Institute (FMSI) is being supplied with protective masks during the current coronavirus pandemic by one of its member companies.
Frank Oliveto, president of the Michigan-based institute, has released a statement acknowledging the donation of personal protection equipment by FMSI member Nucap Industries, makers of NRS brakes.
The masks are specially produced by SpiderTech, a division of Nucap Industries. The masks, which make use of adhesive kinesiology tape, offer disposable full-seal face protection.
Nucap Industries, has also developed high-tech building blocks which can be used to quickly construct emergency health-care facilities for treating Covid-19 patients.
The blocks utilize the same “Grip Metal” technology found in NRS brakes.
The Canadian-based company partnered with Farrow Partners has develop the state-of-the-art CLT building block that can be rapidly assembled to improve outcomes for medical staff and patients alike.
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