IIT-Ropar Going to Make Portable Air-Tight Rooms to Fight COVID19
Indian Institute of Technology, Ropar(IIT-Ropar) Going to Make Portable Air-Tight Rooms to Fight Against COVID19. A team of researches is planing to making these portable negative pressure rooms that will prevent contaminated air from escaping outside. They study the south Korea model to build it.
It is learned that the IIT-Ropar has sent its proposal to the MHRD for creating such isolation room so we can be able to protect or prevent a large papulation from COVID-19 infections.
fro this making of Portable Air-Tight Rooms IIT-Ropar associate professor Dr. Dhiraj Kumar Mahajan said" These rooms ensure that infected droplets do not stay suspended and is sucked out through the ventilation. South Korea has been able to contain COVID-19 through their mobile and drive through testing facilities which have negative pressure rooms. The testing labs and isolation rooms need to be converted into negative pressure rooms"
Indian Institute of Technology, Ropar is one of the eight new IITs set up by the Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD), Government of India, to expand the reach and enhance the quality of technical education in the country. This institute is committed to providing state-of-the-art technical education in a variety of fields and also for facilitating transmission of knowledge in keeping with latest developments in pedagogy. These two areas of focus will enable students to gain exposure to recent trends in their chosen domains of study and gain practical experience through a wide variety of activities the institute facilitates in its own campus and arranges for in collaboration with industry and other institutes.
What is Negative-pressure rooms?
Negative-pressure rooms are specifically designed for patients with contagious diseases. The rooms look similar to regular rooms, but any air circulating in the room is contained and not released into any other part of the hospital.