Hong Kong International Airport is testing a disinfection cabin that sanitizes the entire body of passengers in just 40 seconds
Companies and services around the world have been trying to find solutions to lessen the risk of COVID19 spreading further.
Hong Kong International Airport recently unveiled a disinfection booth designed to protect passengers and airport staff from infection by COVID-19.
Hong Kong International Airport is the first in the world to experience “CLeanTech”, a whole-body disinfection channel facility. People passing through the facility will have a temperature check before entering a closed channel for the 40-second disinfection procedures.
The inner surface is equipped with an antimicrobial coating that can remotely kill viruses and bacteria on human bodies and clothing using photocatalyst technologies, while sanitizing spray is also applied for instant disinfection.
Sanitation at the airport
The facility is currently designed for use by employees participating in public health and quarantine tasks. Meanwhile, a trial is underway that involves applying an antimicrobial coating to destroy germs, bacteria and viruses on high-touch surfaces in the terminal, including handles and seats and passenger buses, smart check-in kiosks and check-in counters. in, bathrooms, living areas and elevator buttons.
“The safety and well-being of airport employees and passengers is always our first priority. We will continue to study new measures to improve our cleaning and disinfection work,” said Steven Yiu, deputy director of service delivery at the AA.
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