3M could make more N95 respirators in Ford factories

Via Star Tribune

“3M and Ford say they will work together to make more N95 air respirators for health care workers, possibly at Ford factories.”

“The companies are still working out the details on how they will work together in response to needs exacerbated by the coronavirus pandemic. Ford has halted auto manufacturing operations in the U.S.”

“The protective air purifying respirators, or PAPRs, are in short supply as coronavirus spreads.”

Read more from the Star Tribune about 3M and Ford’s collaboration

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