OW. Develops air purifiers, produces positive-negative oxygen, donates to people to help fight covids.

TSU donates innovative air purifiers that produce positive-negative oxygen to ONEP and PAC to cope with the COVID-19 epidemic

On September 28, Dr. Wiparat Deeong, Director of the National Research Office and Mr. Pisit Mitkuakul, president of the Association of Model Aircraft and Radio Controlled Aircraft, delivered “innovative air purifiers that produce oxygen plus-minus”, 26 large vertical machines and 24 small portable machines, led by Mrs. Suchitra Phittayanoraset Director-General of the Department of Elderly Affairs and Ms. Saranpat decree Director-General of the Department of Promotion and Development of the Quality of Life of Persons with Disabilities as an assignee

Dr. Wiparat Deeong, director of the National Research Office, said that NRCT is the country’s main research and innovation fund management unit. The goal is to bring the results of research and innovation to increase efficiency in solving important problems and urgent crises of the country. especially people with disabilities and the elderly who are vulnerable groups

Therefore, we have joined with the M.D., by Phor. Phor. and ONEP to drive innovations that are ready for use for the disabled and the elderly. Driving innovation to bring benefits to the target group To achieve the common objectives under the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) by the three parties to jointly formulate policies for research and innovation development plans for people with disabilities and the elderly. and encouraging people with disabilities and the elderly to receive innovative and modern technology services To drive research and innovation results to expand the impact on the target group and pushing for real concrete utilization

Dr. Wiparat continued that and due to the epidemic situation of COVID-19 in Thailand that happens quickly And in the third wave, there is an increasing trend of outbreaks. from the spread of infection that can be easily transmitted, both from person-to-person transmission Through direct contact with inhalation of aerosols from coughing or sneezing, saliva and snot of an infected person. and from indirect contact by hand contact According to research studies, the infection rate and severity of COVID-19 is most common among the elderly and the disabled. They are the group most at risk of infection and death. Therefore, it is necessary to take care of the elderly and the disabled to prevent infection.

“The NRCT has supported research and innovation scholarships. To help reduce the spread of the COVID-19 virus by developing innovations to prevent airborne infections which has been in cooperation with the Aircraft and Radio Controlled Sport Association and Prince of Songkla University In the development of innovative air purifiers that produce positive-negative oxygen, both portable and tabletop. which can be applied in closed spaces To help improve air quality to reduce microbial contamination in the air Which is another important guideline that can help control the spread of COVID-19, NRCT considers it necessary to deliver positive-negative oxygen-producing air purifiers, both portable and tabletop, to the Department of Elderly Affairs. and the Department of Promotion and Development of the Quality of Life of Persons with Disabilities to be forwarded to staff in care facilities for the elderly and disabled It has implemented innovations to prevent airborne infections, which further enhances the protection from existing measures. Help reduce the spread of the covid-19 virus. in Thailand at the moment.”

Mr. Pisit Mitkuakul, president of the Association of Model Aircraft and Radio Controlled Sports Association, said that the innovation of oxygen-producing air purifiers, plus-minus, is a technology that has been developed to test its efficiency. with Prince of Songkla University It is a technology that uses the release of 2 types of ions, positive oxygen and negative oxygen, to react with cells or particles of viruses and bacteria in the air. Using Bipolar Ionizer Technology (BIT), the Corona System emits corona to split oxygen molecules into positive and negative oxygen and combine with water vapor (H2O) in the air to form hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) and hydroxide. OH (OH), which has the effect of inhibiting and destroying pathogens. improve air quality

Mrs. Suchitra Phittayanoraset Director-General of the Department of Elderly Affairs said that under the epidemic of COVID-19 Department of Elderly Affairs, we have fully taken care of vulnerable groups in accordance with the measures. At the same time, the invisible airborne virus is another dimension that should be paid attention to. This innovative air purifier can be used to care and protect vulnerable groups from germs. create a good quality of life ready to step into an aging society and effectively care for the disabled

Ms. Saranpat government approval Director-General of the Department of Promotion and Development of the Quality of Life of Persons with Disabilities said that from cooperation to drive innovation and technology work for people with disabilities and the elderly Bringing innovations to empower vulnerable groups into the New Normal way of life, Department of Elderly Affairs and the Department of the Department of Promotion and Development of the Quality of Life of Persons with Disabilities Received technology and innovations to continuously take care of the quality of life of the elderly and disabled. by the positive-negative oxygen-producing air purifier It’s a very useful work. especially in the vulnerable group and in such a crisis situation Thank you National Research Office President of the Aircraft and Radio Controlled Sport Association including Prince of Songkla University that are involved in driving such innovations brought to use in this time

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