In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Supercritical Fluid Technologies (SFT) combined their supplier resources and area contacts to manufacture and distribute hand sanitizer. At that time, supplies were very limited and many fire, police, and EMT personnel did not have adequate supplies to protect themselves.
When Delaware Senator Anthony Delcollo learned about SFT’s efforts, he approached SFT’s founder, Dr. Kenneth James, to inquire whether SFT would be in the position to supply hand sanitizer to Delaware’s first responders. Senator Delcollo used some of his own money to donate 600 bottles to Wilmington area first responders. Dr. James agreed to match this donation and gave an additional 600 bottles at SFT’s expense.
John Stewart from the Mill Creek Fire Company said “We are very grateful for the donation of the Hand Sanitizers [from Senator Delcollo and Supercritical fluid Technologies Inc]. The timing was perfect since we were having difficulties acquiring the product.”
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Supercritical Fluid Technologies develops innovative solutions for demanding separation and material processing needs. With nearly two decades of experience, SFT provides cutting-edge equipment and custom solutions for high quality separations and processing. SFT collaborates with Fortune 500 businesses, major universities, government research centers and smaller specialized organizations worldwide to advance research in supercritical fluid separation, reaction chemistry and high pressure applications.