Concord, NC—DNP Imagingcomm America Corporation (DNP IAM) announced it donated 35 half-face respirators and several cases of P100 filter cartridges to local hospitals for distribution. Moreover, the donation of these supplies will help support the safety of frontline medical providers as they treat patients with Covid-19.
Equipment for Frontline Medical Providers
The half-face respirators prevent the inhalation of harmful substances. Consequently, they are critical gear for working medical professionals during this challenging time. The masks are made of 100% medical-grade silicone and can be disinfected. In addition, the P100 cartridges are effective at filtering out 99.97% of solid and oil-based particles. As a result, it is possible to safely reuse the respirators over a long period of time.
“We are very grateful to be able to help our local healthcare providers during this tough and uncertain time,” said Shinichi Yamashita, president of DNP Imagingcomm America Corporation. “We are proud of our local community and also want to show support for the medical professionals who help keep us safe, not just during this time but in our everyday lives.”
Furthermore, DNP IAM continues to monitor the changing situation concerning Covid-19. It is also taking action toward doing its part in preventing the spread of the virus. The health and safety of employees as well as its customers are DNP’s priority while providing support to the local community.
DNP IAM is a 100% U.S. subsidiary of Dai Nippon Printing Co., Ltd. The parent company is among the world’s largest manufacturers of dye-sublimation media for photo printers as well as thermal transfer ribbons and barcode printers. In addition, DNP Imagingcomm America Corporation offers a broad selection of solutions for the photo retail market; its products address retailers’ specific business goals and objectives.
Founded in 1876, DNP is one of the largest diversified printing/coating technologies company. At its 70 production plants, both in Japan and overseas, DNP’s operations include imaging products; commercial printing; packaging; decorative materials; electronics; as well as business forms.
In addition, the company was one of the earliest organizations to pioneer dye-sublimation media. It was also the first company to start business development in thermal transfer ribbons.