Producing solutions for frontline professionals

ExxonMobil is maximizing its production of the high-performance polymers used to make face masks, surgical gowns and other critical medical supplies for those treating patients with COVID-19, the disease caused by coronavirus.

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Producing solutions for frontline professionals
The company’s plants around the world manufacture the building blocks for plastics, like polypropylene. This specialized polymer strengthens the medical face masks that help reduce the spread of diseases like COVID-19 and other airborne pathogens. As well as sponges, pads and wraps, polypropylene is also used in personal protective equipment, or PPE, including surgical gowns and shoe covers.

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