Open Sanitizer

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    Davide Sher

    A medical grade UV-Sanitizer chamber that can effectively kill 99.9% of bacteria and viruses in less than 1 minute from almost every surface. It is extremely useful now that the supply chains cannot provide equipment like N95 masks or respirators to the healthcare centers. OpenSanitizer can be built with less than 70 euros in any fablab in the world with only one laser cutting machine. A couple of parts can also be 3D printed or bought from standard off-the-shelf products.

    University Hospital of Nebraska has already started using UV light for sanitizing and reusing their masks (HERE). There has also been papers published in reputable scientific journals proving that this is an effective method in disinfecting one-time use medical supplies  like masks.

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