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International Call for Sanitary Equipment by Lombardy Region | COVID-19

International Call for Sanitary Equipment by Lombardy Region | COVID-19

Call for Sanitary Equipment by Lombardy Region COVID-19

Lombary is looking for support to be able to respond to the sanitary emergency of these days. In order to face the outbreak of COVID-19, the Lombardy Region – the most affected by the virus in Italy – has launched an international call for sanitary equiment.

Here is the list of materials needed to protect physicians and sanitary personnel facing the next 2 months of SARS-coV-19 emergency in Lombardy Region.

ARIA S.p.A., the central purchasing company of the Lombardy Region, has launched an international call for the listed quantities. It is obviously available to evaluate any type of offer, even for quantities lower than those indicated below or for partial deliveries.

Usually advance payment requests are not allowed (30-day payments or on delivery for significant quantities). However, a letter of guarantee from the Region or a letter of credit will be issued.


Items Quantity

EN 14605:2005+A1:2009

Full-body protective clothing with liquid-tight connections between different parts of the clothing (Type 3: liquid-tight clothing) and, if applicable, with liquid-tight connections to component parts, such as hoods, gloves, boots, visors or respiratory protective equipment, which may be specified in other European Standards.

EN 340:2003

Protective clothing – General requirements EN 14126:2003

Protective clothing – Performance requirements and tests methods for protective clothing against infective agents

NSI/AAMI PB70 standard Level 3 or 4 gown (that is, sterile surgical isolation gowns) for surgery/invasive procedures with a medium to high risk of contamination

EN ISO 13688:2013
Protective clothing, medical headgear – General requirements (ISO 13688:2013)
FF2P masks without valve
N95 respirators and surgical masks (face masks)
FF3P masks without valve 5.000.000
3 or 4 layer surgical masks 15.000.000
EN 166 visors personal eye-protectors 20.000.000
Uni EN 13688 or DM Socks / overshoes 20.000.000
Hydrogen peroxide (liters) 20.000
Hand gel cleaner hydroalcohol solution> 60% (liters) 20.000
Hydro-alcoholic solution (liters) 20.000
Sodium hypochlorite 14% (liters) 20.000
Suits in Tyvec class III type 4 mis. L, model with shoes (Indutex or Dupont company) 500.000
14% hypochlorite (liters) 20.000
Goggle model (similar 3M ski mask) 10.000.000
Safety goggles 10.000.000
Single patient Helmets for Non Invasive Mechanical Ventilation (NPPB), that can be used both in PSV-ASB, BIPAP and CPAP.
Supplied with a pneumatic seal zip and air pressure generator.
Intensive Care Unit beds
Patients’ vital signs monitor
Syringe pumps
Displacement pumps/peristaltic pumps
Bed beams
Intensive care ventilator with humidifier
External defibrillator
ECMO System
Ecograph/US Scanner (for blood vessel exam or intubation)
Blood gas test system
Operating light
Portable RX system
Blood Bank refrigerators
Endotracheal tube
Nasal, full-face, and minimal-contact masks (patient mask)
Aspiration Systems
Please indicate available stock
Electrical Intensive care bed (Please, see the attachment files for technical features required)  200
Patient monitor (Please, see the attachment files for technical features required) 200
Antidecubitus mattress (if bed has not any) 200
Syringe pump, with rack (Please, see the attachment files for technical features required) 600
Infusion pumps(Please, see the attachment files for technical features required) 400
Lung/pulmonary ventilator with humidifier (Please, see the attachment files for technical features required) 200
Sunction systems (for tracheotomy and for endotracheal tube)  600
Oxymeter 200
Aerosol (if ventilator has not any) 200
Fluxymeter (for high flux, for instance 30l) 400


Info and Contacts:

Procurement office of ARIA S.p.A. directed by Dr. Carmen Schweigl gare@ariaspa.it. You can also contact General Manager Filippo Bongiovanni filippo.bongiovanni@ariaspa.it (+39 335 7635849) for any clarification and consequent management profile.