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Indianapolis company making PPE

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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (Inside INdiana Business) – New Indianapolis company CLEANXA has announced that it it is producing face masks, face shields and gowns intended for individuals who must leave their homes. Founder Gurinder Singh Khalsa says the Personal Protective Equipment will help save the medical masks needed for healthcare and emergency service providers.

The company says it can produce 10,000 face masks per day, as well as 15,000 face shields and 1,000 gowns per week.

According to the company, special fabric designs and logos can be produced for the fabric used in the PPE products. Singh adds, “We are excited to be working with local businesses and want to help them succeed through the current adverse health and business conditions.”

The company says it will also sell pre-cut masks and filters to those who want to make a homemade mask for themselves. CLEANXA says its PPE products are available for purchase on its website and at the following locations:

  • Indianapolis Safeway Stores: 5040 E 16th St; 3008 N Kessler Blvd; 5602 N Illinois St; 2176 S Shelby St; 2435 N Sherman Dr;
  • EZ Market : 6920 Eagle Creek Pkwy, Indianapolis
  • Washington Food Mart : 8734 E Washington St, Indianapolis
  • GoLo Gas Station Noblesville: 2995 Conner St, Noblesville

CLEANXA says it has given over 1,000 masks to law enforcement, first responders, and healthcare workers and is currently working to develop a process where these essential service providers can obtain a free CLEANXA mask.

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