Commander - Mask - Healthcare Worker - Type IIR CHS204
Non Technical and Terms
Inspection and testing will be performed prior to and during production along with a final random inspection of finished products by a Bank approved independent inspection agency. The inspection contract will be let by Commander Health Supply to the approved inspection agency with costs passed through to the Borrower to pay.
Quoted prices are ExWorks. Upon receipt of your ROI, Commander Health Supply will propose CIP pricing, where it would organize the delivery of goods to the agreed destination.
To be confirmed on receipt of ROI.
40% on order; 60% on final acceptance of product.
Commander Health Supply is an international supplier of personal protective equipment (PPE) based out of New York City and Shanghai.
Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, we have provided millions of masks, gowns, gloves, and other PPE products to both US businesses and foreign governments. We have worked with Premier Inc, a publicly traded healthcare company, as well as various nursing homes in the Department of Military and Veterans Affairs (DMVA) network. We are also a partner in the World Bank’s Bank Funded
Procurement (BFP) Program, which allows developing nations to acquire PPE from vetted suppliers.
All of Commander Health Supply’s products meet WHO international safety and quality standards. Our products and factories are fully vetted, and products undergo testing by an outside independent inspection agency. Moreover, we have a dedicated quality control staff stationed on location in our factories to assure the strictest adherence guidelines. We work directly with select manufacturers so that there are no middlemen. This allows us to deliver the lowest possible prices to our customers.
Disposable healthcare worker surgical masks are designed to cover the nose and mouth of healthcare workers during surgical procedures or patient examinations. The purpose of these masks is to limit the transmission of infectious agents to the healthcare worker. Surgical masks should have good breathability and internal and external faces should be clearly identified Type II or higher.
World Health Organization’s Standards:
- EN 14683 Type II, IR, IIR
- ASTM F2100 minimum level 1
- EU MDD Directive 93/42/EEC Category III
Equivalent Standards (determined by ECRI):
- Chinese single-use surgical mask standard YY0469-2011