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ZAGO Sealing Fasteners Available for Surge in Ventilator Manufacturing; ECMO Systems
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        As manufacturers across industry sectors pitch in to accelerate production of life-saving ventilator equipment, ZAGO Manufacturing is ready to meet heightened, global demand for its specialty high-tech sealing fasteners. Ventilator manufacturers rely on ZAGO clean, sustainable sealing solutions to protect and optimize functionality and performance of their state-of-the-art ventilator equipment.
        In addition to medical ventilators, ZAGO high-tech sealing screws, nuts, bolts and washers are critical in the production of Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation Systems (ECMO), which are akin to external blood pumps and are in dwindling supply.  Frontline healthcare workers and volunteers rely on them as part of their Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) when treating COVID-19 patients.
       While applications vary, ventilator manufacturers often integrate ZAGO sealing fasteners in the suctioning mechanism of the compressor in order to prevent airflow leakage while ensuring that contaminants are sealed out.
       Unlike ordinary fasteners, ZAGO high-tech sealing fasteners are engineered with a rubber O-ring that when tightened, permanently seals out hazards while withstanding extreme pressure, temperature and weather. ZAGO sealing fasteners are corrosion-resistant and made in the U.S.A. with FDA-approved O-rings.
         According to Harvey Rottenstrich, Lead Engineer, President and Co-Founder of ZAGO Manufacturing based in Newark, NJ, “Medical devices that contain either a suction mechanism or a pumping mechanism benefit from integrating ZAGO high-tech sealing fasteners with O-ring technology as they are essential for optimal air flow, reliability and peace of mind.”
        When it comes to producing medical ventilators for COVID-19 patients, every second counts. “If we can save manufacturers, engineers, purchase managers and distributors precious time by letting them know that we are here for them; hopefully, we can play our part in the expeditious production of ventilators and in saving lives,” says Friedberg Rottenstrich.
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