23 April 2020 | News
With the ever-growing demand for ventilators especially during the global pandemic situation, there will be a rise in requirement of power outlets
The outbreak of COVID 19 in the country has resulted in increased demand for power supply at the country’s healthcare facilities. As the hospitals and healthcare centres look to install an additional number of ventilators for the treatment of COVID-19 positive patients, they need to arrange additional power sockets in their wards.
To deal with such a situation, ‘POWER PLUS’ by Indyro Global can support a load of 5kW and up to 25-30 devices. However, unlike the regular switchboard system and fixed sockets, power track and flexible sockets are separate devices, therefore, they will be less likely to get contaminated. Such flexibility makes POWER PLUS appropriate for usage in hospitals, nursing homes, clinics, etc., apart from other commercial applications.
Rohan Kumar, Chief Executive Officer, Indyro Global said, “As the coronavirus pandemic spreads, the key medical equipment that is effectively dealing with critical patients is a ventilator. This increases the usage of this medical equipment at healthcare facilities. Our essential POWER PLUS can support multiple such medical devices utilizing the maximum usable space. This will also minimize the chances of getting the surfaces contaminated."
Moving beyond the limitations of a wall-fixed power outlet, POWER PLUS is essentially a long ‘power railway line’ of sorts, which can easily fit along the walls of a space or table skirting and allows users to plug in their devices from wherever they are. With the ever-growing demand for ventilators especially during the global pandemic situation, there will be a rise in requirement of power outlets, power track and flexible socket pitch. The POWER PLUS can be leveraged for the same without the need for any extra outlets.