As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, the U.S. is facing critical shortages of equipment and supplies for our front-line health care workers and first responders – particularly N95 face masks and ventilators. In response, Power Innovations is redirecting its expertise and production/fabrication resources to high resolution 3D printing – building parts for ventilators and printing face masks at its American Fork, Utah facilities. 

Power Innovations is a major integrator and developer for critical operation needs – including power systems and custom critical equipment, such as aircraft support, zero-carbon power systems, and first responder vehicles – for IT, government, defense, energy, and public safety. As such, we have Utah-based production capabilities including high resolution 3D printing, machining, flat metal fabrication, welding, and assembly/production. 

We are working with large corporate partners, as well as state and local agencies, to identify first responders and medical facilities with the greatest need for masks and ventilator parts.  We have already begun distributing the masks at no cost in response to the request from our local first responders. We are on standby as well for ventilator parts. Our goal at Power Innovations is to help save lives in any way we can. 

If you know of any organizations that would like to partner with Power Innovations on this effort – or if your organization needs masks or critical fabrication parts for necessary medical equipment – please do one of the following: 


Power Innovations is here to help in any way that we can. We would like to extend our thanks to everyone on the front lines of this pandemic, as well as our employees that have so generously responded to staffing our production facility in this time of great need.