HAND SANITIZER

Hand sanitizer is a liquid, gel, or foam generally used to decrease infectious agents on the hands. In most settings, hand washing with soap and water is generally preferred.Hand sanitizer is less effective at killing certain kinds of germs, such as norovirus and Clostridium difficile and unlike soap and water, it cannot remove harmful chemicals. People may incorrectly wipe off hand sanitizer before it has dried,and some are less effective because their alcohol concentrations are too low.

In most healthcare settings alcohol-based hand sanitizers are preferable to hand washing with soap and water. Reasons include it being better tolerated and more effective at reducing bacteria.

HAND SANITISER DISPENSING STAND

Both the Central and State governments have been quick to set up disinfectant tunnels to sanitize people in public places amid the COVID-19 outbreak. But what has gone unnoticed is the chemical component — sodium hypochlorite, which is the main ingredient in bleach — present in the sanitizers. Experts suggest sodium hypochlorite can harm certain membranes in the body, instead of killing the virus.

It all started in Uttar Pradesh, where migrant workers were doused with the disinfectant used to sanitise buses. This sparked a controversy as it contained sodium hypochlorite. People took to social media to condemn the incident, forcing the District Magistrate of Bareilly, Nitish Kumar, to order action against officials responsible for the incident.

INFRARED THERMOMETER

On its most basic design an infrared thermometer consists of a lens to focus the infrared (IR) energy on to a detector, which converts the energy to an electrical signal that can be displayed in units of temperature after being compensated for ambient temperature variation.

This configuration facilitates temperature measurement from a distance without contact with the object to be measured. As such, the infrared thermometer is useful for measuring temperature under circumstances where thermocouples or other probe type sensors cannot be used or do not produce accurate data for a variety of reasons.

SANITIZER SPRAY TUNNEL

Both the Central and State governments have been quick to set up disinfectant tunnels to sanitize people in public places amid the COVID-19 outbreak. But what has gone unnoticed is the chemical component — sodium hypochlorite, which is the main ingredient in bleach — present in the sanitizers. Experts suggest sodium hypochlorite can harm certain membranes in the body, instead of killing the virus.

It all started in Uttar Pradesh, where migrant workers were doused with the disinfectant used to sanitise buses. This sparked a controversy as it contained sodium hypochlorite. People took to social media to condemn the incident, forcing the District Magistrate of Bareilly, Nitish Kumar, to order action against officials responsible for the incident.

COMBO HY-820 DISNFECTANT SPRAYER

  • Battery: 12v 8AH
  • Lance: Extendable Stainless Steel
  • Pressure: 0.2-0.45 MPA
  • Output: 1.5-3 Litre
  • Tank Capacity:16-18 Litre
  • Nozzel:4 PCS Nozzel Set
  • Trigger: Inbuilt Filter Plastic