MESH Automation Inc. Refocuses to Help with COVID-19
- MESH Machinery Retooling and Retrofitting for Nonwoven Materials
- Nonwoven Converting Machines for Medical Devices and Supplies
As COVID-19 runs rampant through the United States, the urgent need for medical supplies and personal protective equipment (PPE), including masks and swabs, is rising, with governors across the country mobilizing tech companies in an attempt to produce these items fast.
Six weeks ago, mid-February, the World Health Organization (WHO) warned that global demand for safety gear was already 100 times greater than usual. As we know, China has cut back radically on its exports to the U.S. and very few local manufacturers have suitable equipment and machinery to start producing these goods. Those that do, cannot cope with the escalating demand.
The good news is that Georgia-based, MESH Automation Inc. has the resources and in-house capabilities to help. Founded in 1999, the company has extensive knowledge and experience in retrofitting and retooling the range of equipment required to manufacture medical supplies and other vital items right now. They also have web converting solutions for textile, paper and nonwoven products including masks, wipes, gowns, gauze pads, disposable medical garments, ambulatory belts, bands, filters, baby diapers, feminine hygiene, and adult incontinence items.
If your company is ready to help the U.S. overcome the critical shortage of medical supplies and PPE, you need the right tools and machines for the job. MESH has a an exceptionally skilled team of engineers that has the expertise to design and build highly sophisticated new automation systems. MESH also rebuilds, retools, and retrofits existing machinery, and partners with companies to increase efficiency and optimize productivity.
MESH Offers Retooling Services to Meet Your Company’s Changing Manufacturing Needs
MESH Automation specializes in retooling manufacturing equipment to update it for different or more varied uses. They will repair, upgrade, and reconfigure equipment and automated machines, making them more efficient and/or change their functionality, for instance, to enable companies to make the medical supplies, PPE, and other related items that are currently in such short supply because of the Corona Virus.
The automation converting systems offered by MESH include web-based converting equipment that handles varied web processes that are suitable for producing a wide range of products including:
- Medical devices like elastic belts and band
- Baby diapers
- Feminine hygiene products
MESH Offers the Equipment Needed to Manufacture Medical Devices Quickly
MESH is a premier designer and producer of the machinery used for the automated production of these healthcare products. It is vital that this equipment is accurate and reliable, and it must guarantee repeatability and consistency.
Additionally, MESH handles all aspects of medical device assembly automation from the conveyance and calibration of parts to robotic assembly and packing. They ensure that computer hardware and software are integrated so that data collection, networking, and material handling systems are fast and efficient, saving time and saving money. The company also undertakes improvements to existing production assembly capabilities of machines and equipment used to manufacture medical devices and a wide range of other healthcare products.
How Can MESH Help You?
While MESH is currently focusing efforts on the needs of U.S. companies, they have shipped medical device assembly automation and test machines worldwide.
“Our team is dedicated to the preservation of your health and assisting in any way with the production of these much-needed goods” – Mitch Larson, President of MESH Automation, Inc.
Ultimately, MESH Automation Inc is ready to do everything in its power to help overcome the current crisis and help tech companies in the industry rise to the challenge and create a reliable supply chain of vital medical supplies and PPE.
You can contact MESH in the U.S. directly on 336-398-3612 or (678) 644-8430. The quicker you call, the sooner you’ll be able to start your roll-out of essential supplies.