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Re: Time for a replacement for the bucket BM?
« Reply #15 on: April 04, 2020, 08:15:41 PM »
Err that's not the point BM made

Nope.
So you weren't pointing out that that could reuse the plastic parts of existing face masks by disinfecting them?

No, I was agreeing with you that it wasn't the point I made...  ::)

If they can clean the shit infected stuff I send them they can re-use the stuff they have...
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Re: Time for a replacement for the bucket BM?
« Reply #16 on: April 04, 2020, 08:22:55 PM »
Err that's not the point BM made

Nope.
So you weren't pointing out that that could reuse the plastic parts of existing face masks by disinfecting them?

No, I was agreeing with you that it wasn't the point I made...  ::)

If they can clean the shit infected stuff I send them they can re-use the stuff they have...

Bear in mind that most of the stuff is manufactured in China and a lot of it is getting sent back for being of crap quality so it wouldn't surprise me to find out that a large percentage of the existing stocks wouldn't survive being sanitised more than a couple of times.

https://www.ft.com/content/f3435779-a706-45c7-a7e2-43efbdd7777b
When you say 'a lot of it' you mean the small % of stuff some fool tried buying from unapproved sources

The big problem with Chinese stuff now appears to be your chum Trump is pirating it https://www.ft.com/content/03e45e35-ab09-4892-899d-a86db08a935c

And the sanitising will be an issue for the filter material but that's not the part you can 3D print
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Re: Time for a replacement for the bucket BM?
« Reply #17 on: April 04, 2020, 08:37:50 PM »
Err that's not the point BM made

Nope.
So you weren't pointing out that that could reuse the plastic parts of existing face masks by disinfecting them?

No, I was agreeing with you that it wasn't the point I made...  ::)

If they can clean the shit infected stuff I send them they can re-use the stuff they have...

Bear in mind that most of the stuff is manufactured in China and a lot of it is getting sent back for being of crap quality so it wouldn't surprise me to find out that a large percentage of the existing stocks wouldn't survive being sanitised more than a couple of times.

https://www.ft.com/content/f3435779-a706-45c7-a7e2-43efbdd7777b
When you say 'a lot of it' you mean the small % of stuff some fool tried buying from unapproved sources

The big problem with Chinese stuff now appears to be your chum Trump is pirating it https://www.ft.com/content/03e45e35-ab09-4892-899d-a86db08a935c

And the sanitising will be an issue for the filter material but that's not the part you can 3D print

Strange, I thought Trump was president of the US not the EU. Spain, Italy, the Netherlands, Turkey and Belgium to name but a few have all sent back masks because they were found to be faulty. The Dutch government alone ended up recalling 600,000 FFP2 masks from hospitals after tests showed the masks didnít fit properly or had defective filter membranes to stop the transmission of the virus not to mention deciding not to use the remaining 700,000 additional masks that made up the rest of the shipment.

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Re: Time for a replacement for the bucket BM?
« Reply #18 on: April 04, 2020, 09:02:07 PM »
So it's OK in your book for Trump to hijack shipments on route from China to Berlin?
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Re: Time for a replacement for the bucket BM?
« Reply #19 on: April 04, 2020, 09:44:39 PM »
No, I'm obviously not fine with it, no sensible person would be. I was clarifying your comment about the returns being a small percentage bought from unofficial sources.
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Re: Time for a replacement for the bucket BM?
« Reply #20 on: April 04, 2020, 10:47:59 PM »
No, I'm obviously not fine with it, no sensible person would be. I was clarifying your comment about the returns being a small percentage bought from unofficial sources.
Well do we know that the returns were bought from approved companies?  The first case I researched turned out to have very much not been
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Re: Time for a replacement for the bucket BM?
« Reply #21 on: April 04, 2020, 11:40:10 PM »
No, I'm obviously not fine with it, no sensible person would be. I was clarifying your comment about the returns being a small percentage bought from unofficial sources.
Well do we know that the returns were bought from approved companies?  The first case I researched turned out to have very much not been

The testing kits sent to Spain weren't but as far as I can tell the masks were.
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Re: Time for a replacement for the bucket BM?
« Reply #22 on: April 05, 2020, 11:07:03 AM »
No, I'm obviously not fine with it, no sensible person would be. I was clarifying your comment about the returns being a small percentage bought from unofficial sources.
Well do we know that the returns were bought from approved companies?  The first case I researched turned out to have very much not been

The testing kits sent to Spain weren't but as far as I can tell the masks were.
The story about the diverted masks seems to be uncertain.  Trump didn't help though by bragging about seizing 200,000 ventilators the very same day that consignment of 200,000 ventilators got taken by someone on route to the Berlin police
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Re: Time for a replacement for the bucket BM?
« Reply #23 on: April 05, 2020, 11:32:11 AM »
No, I'm obviously not fine with it, no sensible person would be. I was clarifying your comment about the returns being a small percentage bought from unofficial sources.
Well do we know that the returns were bought from approved companies?  The first case I researched turned out to have very much not been

The testing kits sent to Spain weren't but as far as I can tell the masks were.
The story about the diverted masks seems to be uncertain.  Trump didn't help though by bragging about seizing 200,000 ventilators the very same day that consignment of 200,000 ventilators got taken by someone on route to the Berlin police

Was that the Kenya shipment? If not then that will be three bound for Germany that have apparently been swiped...  rubschin:
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Re: Time for a replacement for the bucket BM?
« Reply #24 on: April 05, 2020, 11:53:05 AM »
No, I'm obviously not fine with it, no sensible person would be. I was clarifying your comment about the returns being a small percentage bought from unofficial sources.
Well do we know that the returns were bought from approved companies?  The first case I researched turned out to have very much not been

The testing kits sent to Spain weren't but as far as I can tell the masks were.
The story about the diverted masks seems to be uncertain.  Trump didn't help though by bragging about seizing 200,000 ventilators the very same day that consignment of 200,000 ventilators got taken by someone on route to the Berlin police

Was that the Kenya shipment? If not then that will be three bound for Germany that have apparently been swiped...  rubschin:
don't think so https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-52161995
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