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Walkthrough decontaminator launched to protect diners

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Gateway Personal Protection Tunnels can be positioned at the entrance of foodservice sites to sanitise diners.

Mechanical services company Conditioned Environment has turned its hand to sanitisation products with the launch of the Gateway Personal Protection Tunnel.

The unit is designed and manufactured in the UK. It is a walk-through tunnel which can be used in a range of locations including pubs and restaurants, hospitals, care homes, schools, offices, sporting venues and shopping centres.

The Gateway Tunnel uses an organic water based dry mist sanitiser which is sprayed on a person in 5 seconds as they walk through the tunnel. It is said to reduce the risk of transmission of the virus by killing any virus particles that are present on clothes or exposed skin. The dry mist sanitiser is claimed to be effective in killing 99.9999% of all viruses including the coronavirus.

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MD Christian Pearce explained: “Since the Covid-19 hit the UK, my colleagues and I have been working to develop a product which will help reduce the spread of the virus and help support the safe return work and daily life.

“The Gateway Personal Protection Tunnel will help combat the spread of Covid-19 as the UK returns to work after lockdown.”

He further detailed: “It is designed to ensure that people can enter and exit buildings quickly with the benefit of the protection of the sanitiser, which lasts for up to 2 hours.

“The sanitiser is environmentally friendly and is guaranteed not to cause any irritation to a person’s skin or eyes.”

Conditioned Environment will be selling the units through dealers or direct. The tunnels can be branded with a site’s personal logos, and are fully waterproofed so can be used inside or outside.

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