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The Patten Company Has Begun Producing Medical Isolation Gowns for National Guard

Following in the footsteps of its sister company Mustang Survival and utilizing the pattern & specs for the medical isolation gown they designed, Patten has converted a portion of its Florida facility over to medical gown production. They are currently making 1500 gowns for West Virginia National Guard.

With over six decades of experience in building critical inflatable lifesaving equipment, The Patten Company is no stranger to fast action response in a time of crisis. They have varied from their core military lines when necessary and manufactured products for other essential service customers as and when required. Their history includes creating rubber aircraft & tank deception decoy’s during the WWII to inflatable rafts used by NASA since the first Apollo mission.

Both companies are owned by The WING Group in CA and together are looking to secure a contract with FEMA which will enable them to create a rapid growth pipeline to manufacture this same high-quality reusable healthcare PPE in the US and around the world.

“We are confident the collective capacity to produce these gowns can make a significant contribution to those putting their lives at risk every day to fight the virus”
Andrew Branagh – owner, The Wing Group.

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