Our production of PPE
Here at Skyrora we have been working away on our production of PPE, and with the help of National Physical Laboratory and Makerspace Paisley we have been able to maximise our production process. This week our face visors received CE approval and are now ready to be distributed.
Scottish firm switches tack - from satellite launchers to face shields
Business operations manager Derek Harris said: It was a bit more of a challenge than we expected. At first we thought we can make these and hand them out but then we realised we needed to get the correct licences and source the correct customers. We worked closely with the government and local care homes and our team deployed into different areas and we made it work.
Scottish Space Firm Skyrora Producing 3D Printed Face Visors for the UK's National Health Service
Skyrora has teamed with the National Physical Laboratory and Makerspace Paisley to 3D print face visors for various health services including the NHS at the company's production facility in Edinburgh, Scotland. The Edinburgh space firm concluded that the firm was well positioned to do its bit to help ease the burden on the National Health Service (NHS) and became quickly aware of the potential shortage of available safety equipment.
Edinburgh rocket firm teams up with youth charity & science lab to ramp up PPE
Edinburgh based rocket launch company, Skyrora, has teamed up with the National Physical Laboratory and Makerspace Paisley to 3D print face visors for various health services including the NHS at its production facility in Edinburgh, Scotland.
Support for Royal British Legion
A thank you from members of @PoppyLegion Penicuik Branch. David and Alec are part of a Covid-19 response network to help look after at risk ex-servicemen and women. They reached out to Skyrora to request PPE to ensure the safety of their team looking after our local communities.
Our effort for the Covid-19
Great to see @ScotParl commendation on our reaction to Covid-19 activities. Skyrora is ‘glad to be doing its bit’ for the Covid-19 effort- and are very grateful to @NMIS_group for helping coordinate and support our supply chain qualification and organization.