Aurora Circuits Offers No-Cost Circuit Boards for Ventilators

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Aurora Circuits Offers No-Cost Circuit Boards for Ventilators


Aurora Circuits offers no-cost circuit boards for ventilators

AURORA Aurora Circuits will produce printed circuit boards for ventilator manufacturers at no cost, company President Dr. Christopher Kalmus announced Monday. Organizations are invited to contact Aurora Circuits to start the process of acquiring circuit boards for the cost of shipping only, Kalmus said. "We are in this fight together, and it is our duty as an American manufacturer to contribute to this effort battling this terrible disease," said. Kalmus has been associated with the printed circuit board industry for over 60 years and believes that this challenge needs to be met with "American ingenuity, spirit, and patriotism." For more information, email contact@auroracircuits.com or call (630) 978-3830.

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