Suez safety outfitters (Sso) obtains a license to produce face masks for the entire petroleum sector

Published on : 2020-06-29

Based on the commitment to contribute and fully support the state’s efforts in facing the Coronavirus pandemic in light of the start of gradual coexistence procedures with taking the necessary precautionary measures, the petroleum sector begins to produce sustainable face masks with standard specifications through the Suez safety outfitters (Sso) that obtained the license of the Egyptian General Authority for Standardization And the quality of its production after the samples submitted by the company pass the full tests set by the Specifications and Quality Authority.

For his part, Eng.Hazem Lotfy, CEO of the company,  explained that he applied for accreditation immediately after opening the door and announcing the production specifications issued by the General Authority for Standards and Quality and achieving the required international standards approved by the World Health Organization, noting that the masks that the company will produce are 100% cotton fibers and the conditions of sustainability are applied The subject of production has been dedicated to a specialized team and it has been fully checked that its material matches the specifications set in terms of permeability, moisture resistance, spray and fabric efficiency at a minimum of 25 washes without changing the properties of the masks with the use of the finest types of ores that do not contain heavy metals and using standard dyes to preserve Health and safety of users.

He added that the masks production plan has already come into effect by starting experimental production, and the necessary production line and raw materials have already been prepared and the special needs of sustainable fabric masks are being received from the oil sector companies to work on providing them during the next few days, and he looked forward to providing them in the future for all sectors of the Egyptian people after covering the needs Petroleum sector.

It is worth noting that marketing companies in the oil sector have been working aggressively since the beginning of the pandemic to meet a huge needs of the local market of sanitizers and 70% alcohol, along with many sectors of the state, which contributed to supporting efforts to control the markets of these materials and the availability of materials for cleanliness and sterilization Easily and conveniently.

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