How One Company Innovated to Keep Healthcare Workers Safe

When the COVID-19 pandemic reached the United States, one of the first warning signs that medical facilities weren’t prepared for the effects of the virus was the lack of personal protective equipment available to frontline healthcare workers.

Manufacturers have risen to meet this challenge and innovated beyond what we had seen before. One manufacturer, Bullard, created a new respirator called Salus. We asked Chad Wedding, Senior Mechanical Engineer at Bullard, for his thoughts on how Bullard used their deep knowledge of protective equipment to rethink the respirator.

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