American Manufacturer Lumbini Making Masks for Essential Workers and Critical Tasks
April 2nd, 2020 – (Anaheim, CA) – In addition to producing fabric-based products for the automotive industry, Anaheim based Shrin Corporation through its subsidiary, Lumbini Graphics, has transformed their operation into designing and sewing quality masks for essential workers and those that must leave their homes for critical errands.
The masks are made of a tough polyester-spandex shell, a 3-stage replaceable filter cartridge, and a soft, pure cotton liner. They originally came in two sizes, Regular and Extra Large for essential workers. However, the White House and CDC along with state and local officials are now suggesting that if the public must go out for critical tasks, they should wear a non-medical grade mask. This announcement prompted the team to design a 3rd size for children as well.
Shrin started in Anaheim in 1986 and has grown steadily over the last 34 years. Their business is essential to the automotive industry as a supplier of material-based products. The company started receiving requests from essential businesses such as banks, delivery workers, and construction companies all in need of masks for their employees. Shrin decided to put their team’s talents to the task of designing a quality, reusable mask.
“We are uniquely qualified to create a durable, quality product here in the US. We are doing this to help the community, to protect essential workers, and to keep our employees working. We want to do our part during these unprecedented times.” Read a statement posted to Lumbini’s social media page.
The masks are made daily in their Anaheim facility and can be purchased through the Lumbini Graphics web site www.lumbinigraphics.com . Customers can create their own custom designs which many essential businesses have been doing, or they can select from a variety of existing designs.
The company is also donating masks to front line workers in need of non-N95 masks for non-covid-19 related tasks.
For more information on Lumbini Graphics please visit their web site at www.lumbinigraphics.com