Ecep Han North America, a U.S. veteran co-owned manufacturer and supplier of personal protective equipment (PPE), cleared another hurdle after receiving independent certification on chemotherapy gowns and the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) approved N-95 masks.
Responding to the huge demand for the highest quality PPE at scale has been the mission for Ecep Han North America founders Jonathon Picus and Nick Hammond.
“We have seen considerable attention paid to the idea that quality PPE is in short supply,” Picus said. “Not only can we deliver on that product, but we are working extremely hard to establish our credibility and position ourselves in front of decision makers who can help us meet the massive demands.”
Ecep Han, operating in Scottsdale, coordinates PPE shipments from its manufacturing plant in Istanbul. The company has a large monthly production capacity including more than five million gowns and coveralls, 250,000 custom shields and 15 million masks. Since the beginning of the year, Ecep Han has delivered millions of pieces of PPE to customers nationwide, from New Jersey to California.
“Our ability to provide certified PPE equipment, from gowns, NIOSH approved N-95 masks, and other protective gear at scale and not produced in China, sets us apart in the market,” Hammond said.
The testing process for the chemotherapy gowns was approved at the international level by EUROLAB and the United Accreditation Foundation (UAF) which evaluated the Ecep Han produced gowns for resistance to various chemotherapy drugs per ASTM F739-12, standard test method for permeation of liquids and gases through protective clothing materials under conditions of continuous contact.
For more information about Ecep Han, please visit http://www.EcepHan.com and follow the company on LinkedIn.com/Company/Ecep-Han-North-America.