Ruparelia Group Imports  Disinfectant Tunnels To Boost Fight Against COVID-19

Ruparelia Group Imports Disinfectant Tunnels To Boost Fight Against COVID-19

By Spy Uganda

In a bid to enhance the fight against the deadly Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, the Ruparelia Group of Companies, through Sphere Supplies Ltd,  have started importing specialized Disinfectant Tunnels, which can be  used to sanitize over 500 people per day.

The Disinfectant Tunnels being sold by Sphere Supplies Ltd

These Disinfectant Tunnels are computerized and can be installed at companies and public facilities like taxi parks, markets, Hospitals,  Churches, Mosques or schools and Universities. They can even be installed at government facilities, according to the suppliers.

We have learnt that each Disinfectant Tunnel goes for just Shs15 million, with taxes inclusive and experts who are handling the installation of these Tunnels reveal that each piece comes with 6 (six) months of free maintenance and servicing, on top of free installation at your facility.

All companies, individuals and government authorities that want to purchase these very vital Tunnels can reach out to the Sphere Supplies marketing office at 4th Floor, Crane Chambers, Plot 38, in Kampala or Call +256707544000, or contact info@spheresupplies .com

What Is a Disinfectant Tunnel

It is simply a Walkthrough artificially made tunnel, which can disinfect several people at a time.

Essentially these tunnels spray a mist of sodium hypochlorite solution, a chlorine compound often used as a disinfectant or a bleaching agent, as you pass through them.

Sodium hypochlorite is a component of commercial bleaches and cleaning solutions and used as a disinfectant in drinking and waste water purification systems and swimming pools. In 0.5% w/v solution, it is called Dakin’s solution and used as an antiseptic to clean infected topical wounds. (

These tunnels come in various shapes, sizes and costs, and range from basic contraptions to high-end steel and chrome tunnels with various sensors and conveyor belts and traffic lights. an accessible web community

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