Anti-COVID-19 products on sale
Best sellers during worldwide COVID-19 outbreaks.
Especially for medical institutions.
Based on the information from WHO, the virus that causes COVID-19 survives 2 hours to 9 days in groundwater or contaminated drinking water. Wastewater treatment could be possible to cut the route of transmission of the COVID-19 virus. Therefore, sewage contains residual chlorine from disinfection process should be monitored. A survey shows the virus has been inactivated and the safety of groundwater and drinking-water could be ensured when the range of residual chlorine from wastewater tested as 6.5-10mg/L.
During the COVID-19 outbreak in China, as an expert in water testing area,Lohand supplies thousands of residual chlorine analyzers to the customers, especially for medical institutions.
Residual Chlorine Test Strip 0-10ppm
Residual Chlorine Analyzer 0-10ppm
Residual Chlorine Kit
Table 1. List of best sellers during COVID-19 outbreak in China
Currently since the outbreak is under control in China, Lohand has the capacity to meet all the demands on residual chlorine analyzers in this period of time. Lohand hope to work together with the international community in dealing with the challenge of the novel pneumonia pandemic.
As enveloped viruses are surrounded by a lipid host cell membrane, which is not robust, the COVID-19 virus is likely to be more sensitive to chlorine and other oxidant disinfection processes than many other viruses, such as coxsackieviruses, which have a protein coat. For effective centralized disinfection, there should be a residual concentration of free chlorine of ≥0.5 mg/L after at least 30 minutes of contact time at pH<8.0.A chlorine residual should be maintained throughout the distribution system.
Toilets and the handling of faeces
If a bedpan is used, after disposing of excreta from it, the bedpan should be cleaned with a neutral detergent and water, disinfected with a 0.5% chlorine solution, and then rinsed with clean water; the rinse water should be disposed of in a drain or a toilet or latrine. Other effective disinfectants include commercially available quaternary ammonium compounds, such as cetylpyridinium chloride, used according to manufacturer’s instructions, and peracetic or peroxyacetic acid at concentrations of 500−2000 mg/L.