Making people feel safe in public spaces will be the largest hurdle in getting life back to “normal, and disinfectant tunnels may be part of that equation.
Mumbai-based Surreal Design Studio, a full-service experiential design studio, have focused their skills in developing solutions to help retailers and high-density public places such as malls, airports, hospitals, bus and train stations, commercial and residential complexes, and religious places. The studio has developed walk-in sanitization products like tunnels and booths that provide a touch-free sanitizing experience in 5 seconds and can accommodate approximately 750 walk-ins per hour, keeping social-distancing norms in mind. Other features can also include facial-recognition screens, temperature-mapping devices, and automated hand sanitizers.
Commenting on the new solutions, Ameya Kankonkar, co-founder and Director, Surreal Design Studio, said, “We are doing our best to help neutralize the impact of the COVID situation in public spaces in India and Internationally by introducing these specialized products. We’ve covered all angles on our product-line from a safety, cost, and maintenance perspective. The tunnels are very competitively priced, the disinfectant liquid is affordable and is 100% safe for human consumption, we also support our clients with a 12-month warranty and localized maintenance.”
He continued, “One of our major differentiators is the proprietary liquid disinfectant we use with all our installations. This consists of Silver Nanoparticles which are free from alcohol and chemicals. Referred to as Rajata Bhasma—it is the world’s first Ayurvedic disinfectant and is more powerful than alcohol sanitizers. Keeping it safe for human consumption is of primary importance especially in a scenario where many manufacturers are using chemicals such as Sodium Hypochlorite which have short term and long term adverse effects on human beings. Our work has been approved by healthcare industry experts and the government as chemical-free and 100% safe for human consumption.”
Photo: via Surreal Design Studio