April 28th, 2020 – New Hudson, MI: Exotic Automation & Supply, a premier Parker Hannifin distributor, announced they are supplying several custom fabricated solutions to help large OEMs develop ventilators and respiratory systems to healthcare providers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The company is manufacturing pneumatic capacitors, CPAP Venturi assemblies, FDA & medical grade flexible tubing, fluid connector fittings & adapters, compression molded silicone rubber, seals, gaskets, compressed air & oxygen gauges and valves to support Ford Motor Company’s U.S. ventilator projects.
“Exotic Automation & Supply was founded by my father Chuck Marino in 1963 and has adapted to new industries and applications ever since.” Tom Marino, President said. “During the COVID-19 outbreak, we looked deeply into our business to find ways we could positively respond to this challenging pandemic.”
In addition to ventilator & respiratory system components, the company offers acrylic or polycarbonate sneeze guards to protect workers from airborne contaminates. Sneeze guards can be fabricated by Exotic or supplied in sheets.
“In this unprecedented time, we’ve worked around the clock to create custom solutions that will make a difference in a lot of people’s lives.” Steve Orlando, Vice President of Sales & Marketing said. “I am so proud of our team who has really come together to develop, one-of-a-kind innovative solutions.”
Customers can visit the company’s 12 retail ParkerStore locations, which are open to support essential critical infrastructure with custom hydraulic hose assemblies, industrial hose, hydraulic & pneumatic components and more. More information can be found on the company’s website at: www.exoticautomation.com.
About Exotic Automation & Supply: Exotic Automation & Supply was founded in 1963 and has grown to become one of Parker Hannifin’s largest distributors in the United States. Exotic’s headquarters is located in New Hudson, Michigan. The company maintains full-service centers throughout Michigan & Indiana with locations in Ann Arbor, Freeland (Saginaw), Lansing, Taylor, Flint, Indianapolis, Jackson, Livonia, Noblesville, Rochester Hills, Shelby Township as well as at the main New Hudson complex.