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Ventilators of Kazakhstan production are installed in medical institutions of the largest cities of the country

Shipment of devices continues to a number of regions of the Republic

Due to the coronavirus pandemic and the shortage of ventilators, domestic industrial companies are supplying ventilators to medical institutions in Kazakhstan. These enterprises are subsidiaries of the National Company JSC “NC “Kazakhstan Engineering”.

To date, the need of medical institutions for mechanical ventilation devices in Nur-Sultan, Almaty and Shymkent has been closed. A total of 402 ventilators were delivered to these cities.

384 devices are being shipped to Kyzylorda, Almaty, Aktobe, Kostanai, Pavlodar, Akmola, Karaganda regions. In general, it is planned to supply 1.5 thousand ventilators to all regions of the country. Complete delivery and commissioning is planned to be completed by October 15 this year.

According to medical experts, the ventilator is extremely simple and reliable in use, does not depend on electrical power sources.

In Kazakhstan, there are 2 enterprises with state participation, which have established the production of ventilators - Kazakhstan Asselsan Engineering LLP (Nur-Sultan) and Tynys JSC (Kokshetau).

Due to the urgent need, LLP "Kazakhstan Aselsan Engineering" for a short time mastered the production of stationary ventilators.

JSC "Tynys" produced and delivered 680 mobile ventilators "Kokchetav-4P". The capacity of the enterprise is 500 ventilators per month.

In addition, JSC "Tynys" manufactures portable ventilators "Kokchetav 3", as well as various nomenclature of medical products, including reusable masks, wheelchairs, etc.

The main activity of these enterprises is the production of high-tech products for the needs of the Armed Forces of the Republic of Kazakhstan and a number of other countries, and the production of ventilators was established within the framework of a state order aimed at meeting the needs of medical institutions.

If an additional need arises, the enterprises are ready to manufacture and supply the specified medical equipment and products in any required quantity.