As novel coronavirus continues to spread, ACT Fibernet in its effort to help combat COVID-19, joined hands with the Tamil Nadu government and donated 2 modular ICU units as part of its CSR. Each of the units are equipped with modern facilities and will be installed at the Government Kilpauk Medical College, Chennai to treat COVID-19 cases.
The modular ICU units were inaugurated by Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu, Edappadi K. Palaniswami, through a virtual event in the presence of eminent dignitaries including Dr. C.Vijaya Baskar, State Minister of Health & Family Welfare, K. Shanmugam, Chief Secretary, Tamil Nadu and J. Radhakrishnan, Health Secretary, Tamil Nadu.
ACT Fibernet is driven towards supporting the efforts of various state governments to curb the novel coronavirus. Earlier in September, the company donated 25,000 rapid antigen testing kits to the Government of Telangana.
Each unit has 5 beds with medical air conditioning to maintain 22-25 Deg Celsius temperature, provision to provide 12-16 fresh air, HEPA filter with Efficiency: 99.999% Down to 0.3μ and Pre & inter Filter. Specialised AHU & Refrigeration to cater to the high demand and contained UV treatment to kill pathogens in the supply and exhaust air.
“During this challenging time, one of our top priorities is to extend support to the community we operate in and help fight this life-threatening virus. We are honoured to assist the Tamil Nadu government and contribute towards this cause. We hope this will help meet the requirement to treat virus affected patients to an extent,” said Bala Malladi, CEO, Atria Convergence Technologies Ltd.
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