This series includes content created and curated by the University of Maine Advanced Manufacturing Center. Including the Center's mask testing, aerosol box, and ventilator prototype in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Also, includes items regarding other University of Maine unit activities in response to COVID-19, including hand sanitizer and alcohol production done by the Processes Development Center in Chemical Engineering, Advanced Structures and Composites Center work on aerosol boxes, evaluation of Vaporized Hydrogen Peroxide for the decontamination of N95 filtering facepiece respirators by Caitlin Howell, Department of Chemical and Biomedical Engineering, and the manufacture of a IR thermometer which was a joint cooperation between the Advanced Manufacturing Center and VEMI lab's Richard Corey
The content was submitted to the University of Maine COVID-19 Community Archive by Ashley Forbes, Communications Manager, Advanced Manufacturing Center on August 21, 2020.
Submissions from 2020
Advanced Manufacturing Center_Aerosol Box_Negative Pressure Designs, Forest Wentworth
Processes Development Center_Alcohol Production Hospital Memo, University of Maine Processes Development Center
Processes Development Center_Alcohol Production Non-Hospital Memo, University of Maine Processes Development Center
Advanced Manufacturing Center_Aerosol Box_Intubation Hood Designs, Forest Wentworth and John Belding
Advanced Manufacturing Center_Mask Manufacture Testing_Revision Design, Forest Wentworth
Advanced Manufacturing Center_Mask Manufacture Testing_First Prototype Images & Video, Forest Wentworth and John Belding
Advanced Manufacturing Center_IR Thermometer Images, Bradley Denholm and Richard Corey