A holistic approach to ensure bio-hygiene
Bio-hygiene has become a buzzword of late. The common man's behavioural change with respect to hygiene practices has seen a sharp change and so does the behaviour of organisations. The focus so far has been direct contact-based sanitation practices in the form of sanitation tunnels, fumigation, etc. But when it comes to public and private spaces, the approach has to be holistic to ensure a safe experience for consumer / patients / employees / students. K Vivekanandan, managing director, Faraday Ozone, feels there is going to be spike in demand for non-contact-based air-sterilisation to ensure safety of public spaces and even cars, etc.
He points to the fact that the chinese have a series of products that has addressed the need, but the low-quality electronics and lower product lifecycle puts the customer at disadvantage from the usage point of view. His firm has come up with a series of products, right from a simple vegetables washer to devices that can sterilise spaces like cars and rooms of varying size, and devices that can be uses to sterilise necessities in hospitals, etc.
The application of Ozone technology, which has the approval of FDA and USDA for disinfection, makes the product range all the more attractive as it results in lower consumption of electricity and eliminates the need for disposables, making it green, he claims.
"Faraday Ozone's two-decade long experience in ozone technology and presence in 50+ countries will add enoromous value in addressing the all-important problem of bio-hygiene. With the demand coming from places as diverse as Eurpoe, Nepal, Angola, etc, we are focusing on further strengthening the international distribution network alongside the national network," he says.