Reliance’s team here is working with various CSIR labs to validate the Nexar polymer, which has shown its ability to destroy the lipid layer of various viruses and bacteria.
The country’s largest company Reliance Industries is helping the government, its employees and common people fiercely in the current wave of Corona. At the same time, now Reliance has also stepped into sanitizers and testing kits. In view of Corona here, the company is making full preparations so that people can be helped in future also. The Reliance R&D team has devised a process to manufacture sanitisers as per WHO specifications at 20% of the market cost.
Reliance’s team here is working with various CSIR labs to validate the Nexar polymer, which has shown its ability to destroy the lipid layer of various viruses and bacteria. At the same time, the company has developed affordable and effective diagnostic kits named ‘R-Green’ and ‘R-Green Pro’ for the detection of COVID-19. The kit has got the approval of ICMR.
Proposal has been sent for medicine of Corona
The company has submitted a proposal for the application of Niclosamide as a potential drug against COVID-19. The company is working to address inadequate ventilator supply to emergency rooms in hospitals in India by implementing a concept developed in Italy that enables CPAP machines with 3D-printed Charlotte valves and special snorkeling masks.
Reliance saw a significant increase in onsite oxygen demand as the pandemic broke out. It has started working on a cost-engineered robust design for an oxygen generator capable of producing 5-7 liters of oxygen per minute with an accuracy of 90-95%.
Free petrol for ambulances and emergency vehicles
Reliance BP Mobility Limited has deployed a Mobile Fuel Bowser in Mumbai to supply free fuel for ambulances engaged in COVID-19 service. Reliance BP Mobility Limited is a joint venture between Reliance Industries Limited and British Petroleum (BP) for retail fuel sales. The company, in collaboration with the Reliance Foundation, had launched an initiative in March last year to provide free fuel for COVID emergency service vehicles across the country.
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