The solution, which is used in a special tunnel for disinfection at the presidential residence in Novo-Ogaryovo, safe for people, told RIA Novosti the head of the company-manufacturer "Engine technology" Olga Islanova.
She explained that upon entering the tunnel it is recommended to close eyes and not to breathe.
"But if you will breathe, open your eyes, the mucous membranes are not irritated, the harm is not applied, and the more clothes points. It’s not the moisture, in fact is the fog", — said the Agency interlocutor.
She added that the tunnel is a device for spraying of disinfectants that are recommended by Rospotrebnadzor.
"For me was the most important question, not whether there are people to get wet. When I started out, I was trying to pick the right dosage that is needed to make it effective, I was afraid that they would drop, but it turned out that there is no fraction small enough", — said Islanova.
The interviewee of the Agency noted that the company has contacted the manufacturers of funds for defintely in the design of dosage followed their instructions.
"It works, but it’s safe and does no harm at least to human health, plus his clothes," concluded Islanova.
In mid-may the Governor of the Penza region Ivan Belozertsev said that the company "Engine technology", which was engaged in production of equipment for cleaning parts and equipment for service stations and industrial enterprises in the conditions of a pandemic coronavirus have developed and started the production of special tunnels for disinfection. At the entrance to this tunnel is a fine water mist, and his clothes and exposed areas of the body are automatically handled by the disinfecting solution.
It became known yesterday that the tunnel for disinfection was installed in the official residence of the President of Russia and in the Kremlin. According to the press Secretary head of state Dmitry Peskov, additional precautions because of the pandemic, COVID-19 justified and understandable.