Ruselectronics company, a key member of the Russian radioelectronics market which currently manufactures over 50% of the domestic electronic components, has begun supplying disinfectant body frames to prevent the spread of bacteria and viruses, including COVID-19.
The “Health Line” complex may be installed at the entrance to premises and, using cold fog technology, automatically disinfects clothing and exposed areas of the body. The capacity of the equipment is up to 12 people per minute. Cold fog technology ensures an even distribution of the active substance over the surface, does not cause discomfort and does not spoil clothes. Compressed air divides disinfectant liquid into tiny droplets of under 80 microns. Processing time is 3 to 5 seconds.
“This new solution solves several problems at once and minimizes the likelihood of transmission of coronavirus in crowded places. Today our enterprise is capable of producing 50 complexes per month and we are ready to increase production”, Sergei Sakhnenko, director of the radioelectronic complex of Rostec Corporation (of which Ruselectronics is a subsidiary), says.
Disinfecting frames are intended for installation at the entrance to government agencies, industrial enterprises, office buildings, and educational institutions. Depending on the configuration, disinfection frames are supplemented with non-contact hand sanitizers and infrared thermometers. The equipment can be integrated with an access control and management system, as well as equipped with an IP terminal with face recognition and temperature measurement functions.