Hamilton company innovates to help during novel coronavirus pandemic

iMFLUX building molds for personal protective equipment (PPE)

HAMILTON — A Butler County company’s recent efforts are aimed at to help Ohio and the nation meet the coming needs of the healthcare community against novel coronavirus, known as COVID-19.

Located at 3550 Symmes Road in Hamilton, iMFLUX is a wholly owned subsidiary of Procter & Gamble that invents and builds the next generation of proprietary injection molding technology. During the pandemic, the team has stepped up to assist in the fight against COVID-19 by building molds for personal protective equipment (PPE) and other essential medical supplies, in addition to supporting P&G’s health and cleaning businesses.

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Story excerpt provided by Dayton Daily News.

Written by Eric Schwartzberg.

Originally published April 28, 2020.

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