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Mr. Hoang Tung, the shop’s owner, said he initially bought the disinfection chamber in order to help his employees and customers feel more reassured when coming to the shop. However, amid increasing concerns over coronavirus, he allowed all passers-by to use for free.
This disinfection chamber costs VND 20 million (US$857). The cabin works automatically with green light turning on to let the user step into the cabin and undergoes a disinfection period twice within 15 minutes. The antiseptic solution of salt ions can help avoid skin irritation and sterilize the user’s nose and throat during inhalation without causing breathing difficulty.
Many customers came to experience the disinfection chamber.
It costs VND20 million (US$857).
Mr. Tung said that he used his personal budget for this sterilization chamber’s operation to serve the community for free.
The system consists of two chambers. One sprays electrolyzed water in the form of droplets and the other directs heat and ozone onto the body of the person. Produced by electrolyzing ordinary tap water containing dissolved sodium chloride, it can even clean the respiratory system.
The main component of wet chamber is a 360-degree fog mist sprayer, combined with an infrared sensor installed inside the chamber that automatically activates the disinfection spraying process once a person steps in. The dry chamber uses heat and ozone at permitted level to ensure safety for the disinfected person.
It is known that it only takes 15 - 20 seconds to 'clean' a person's body
The bell will ring when the sterilization process is finished.
The container of disinfectant solution is connected to the fog mist sprayer.
A customer expressed interest with the disinfection chamber
(Photo by Dantri)
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Translated by Jenifer Tran/VNT