Aerofil produces, donates hand sanitizer to help fight COVID-19

Written on: April 2, 2020 by SprayTM

Aerofil Technology, Inc., Sullivan, MO, has gained temporary approval from the U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA) to use its liquids filling line to produce hand sanitizer in response to low global supplies

Pictured: Aerofil’s Joe Sonderman, Senior VP of Operations, and Russell Coons, Director of Logistics, donating the first truck load to the City of Sullivan, MO for first responders, government offices and hospitals.

due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Aerofil is producing hand sanitizer for donation to health care personnel and first responders and for sale to consumers using the World Health Organization’s specified formula. Aerofil is producing an estimated 200,000 6-oz. bottles of hand sanitizer a week.

“These are extraordinary times, and Aerofil is proud to join forces with many manufacturers, distilleries, and other public and private companies as we collectively fight the coronavirus,” said Daniel Wright, Aerofil’s President & CEO.