Israeli stadium deploys disinfectant tunnel in push for safer public gatherings during coronavirus pandemic
September 1, 2020 / / Comments Off on Israeli stadium deploys disinfectant tunnel in push for safer public gatherings during coronavirus pandemic
The industrial automation firm RD Pack in Karmiel, Israel, took the process that makes a disinfectant out of water and applied it to a tunnel structure, according to The Times of Israel.
The tunnel is reportedly made out of an aluminum and polycarbonate frame and is currently being tested at Bloomfield Stadium in Tel Aviv as soccer players prepare to return to stadium play, albeit without fans.
“When people walk through the tunnel, their whole body gets sprayed with the disinfectant, which works fast and efficiently, and provides the complete sterilization of a person,” Eran Druker, business development manager at RD Pack, told The Times of Isreal during a demonstration on Tuesday.