Providing emergency personal protective equipment!
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Battle to Beat the Coronavirus

Vector Technology Systems (VTS) is committed to assisting in the battle to beat the coronavirus. We are now providing emergency personal protective equipment (PPE) -both manufactured in house, and sourced from approved manufacturers.

Please continue to check our site for new products and programs to help protect yourself and your loved ones from this pandemic.

Click below to read more about our PPE program as well as our commitment to help people in need.

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Vector Gives Back Program!

Vector Technology Systems has started the Vector Gives Back program so that we can provide much-needed personal protective equipment (PPE) to people who cannot afford it.

With Vector Gives Back, for every $30 of receipts generated by Vector through its PPE sales, we set aside one dollar to assist these people in need. We are currently in active discussions with 2 children’s hospitals in the country to provide their children- patients, who have autoimmune deficiencies, with in-house 3D printed masks equipped with N95 filters. As we do this, our greatest wish is that we could do more.

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Note Regarding N95 & KN95 Masks

Per the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the N95 masks are the best masks for protection against the coronavirus.

In addition, The FDA has accepted the KN95 masks as having identical specifications to the N95 masks.

Per the CDC NIOSH guidelines, as clarified by the FDA, the N95 and KN95 masks keep out up to 95% of small particles. While the typical surgical mask is effective in keeping in and keeping out fluids, it is ineffective against small particles.

Rather, per the CDC, it is only effective as to the following:

  • “Protecting the wearer from sprays, splashes and large-particle droplets”
  • “Preventing the spread of potentially infectious respiratory secretions from the wearer to others”

N95 and KN95 masks provide the extra protection needed to those who are forced into exposure to potentially infected individuals.