E.S. Kluft & Co. is producing medical beds and cotton face masks to fill the growing need for these items during the COVID-19 pandemic. The Rancho Cucamonga-based mattress maker also is donating product to a charity auction that will benefit Habitat for Humanity New York City.
“Being able to do something with our resources is the least we can do at this time, and now more than ever, we all need to come together to help in any way we can,” said Kluft managing director. From the moment we learned about the coronavirus pandemic, our team took immediate action in planning the development of medical beds and face masks for health care professionals, facilities, and other organizations in need.”
The non-medical, washable face masks have a pocket meant for holding a disposable filter, such as a coffee-maker filter, a vacuum bag cutout or an air filter cutout. The masks are 100% cotton, reusable and made in the United States.
Aireloom-branded medical beds are available in two types — with either a high-quality foam or innerspring core. Sizes include twin and twin XL, but special sizes are available on request. The mattress cover is fluid-proof, anti-microbial, anti-fungal and stain-resistant.
The company is donating medical beds and masks to health care facilities in California and elsewhere. And is sending masks to retail partners across the country, as they reopen, to protect personnel. The items also are available at cost or as a donation. Interested groups can contact the company via email at email@example.com.