Sparta Evolution Repurposing Facilities to Help with COVID-19 Crisis

Source: Sparta Evolution announcement

Kent, Wash. – Mark Joseph, Chief Operating Officer of Sparta Evolution, has confirmed that he is repurposing several CNC machines to manufacture components for various medical equipment such as life support ventilators, respirators and other medical instruments. Along with CNC machines, Sparta Evolution maintains other commercial equipment such as 3D printers and laser etchers.

Sparta Evolution, located in Kent, Wash., is a world-class manufacturer of high-performance-brake systems, specifically engineered for motorsports and high-performance street applications globally. With the current social and economic climate, our manufacturing department has additional capacity to assist companies that need our help.

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Sparta Evolution staff have reached out to several medical suppliers offering the services of our manufacturing facility. As of now, there has been an interest in Sparta Evolution to be an “overflow manufacturer”. This enables us to be a resource for companies that are currently at capacity for the production of instruments and components. They can rely on us to help manufacture and keep up with their demand and production timelines.

We want to help. The sooner we can get back to a new normal, the quicker the country can recover as a whole.

For further information, on how we can assist other companies needing excess capacity, please contact us via email: [email protected] or call 425.298.0617 x101.

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