PPE Manufacturer Radians Donates over 14,000 N95 Masks to Help First Responders and Health Care Workers During COVID-19 Crisis

Radians, a manufacturer of quality Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) announced it has donated over 14,000 N95 masks to its hometown Memphis, Tenn.

Radians added the N95 respirator to its PPE portfolio in 2018.

“We knew that adding N95 respirators to our portfolio was important, but with the COVID-19 pandemic, they have become a critical PPE item to help protect those with the highest risk of exposure,” said Bill England, Radians president. “We’re happy that Radians is able to make this donation in our hometown, which has a very large medical community including St. Jude, Le Bonheur, and UT Medical.”

Radians CEO, Mike Tutor, said the donation “represents Radians’ corporate responsibility to help during challenging times. With a worldwide shortage of respirator masks, we knew this donation would quickly assist first responders and health care workers as they help Memphis rise above the COVID-19 crisis. The respirators will also be of service at COVID-19 test sites.”

For more information, visit www.radians.com.

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