Hong Kong airport brings in cleaning robots and disinfection booth

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Cleaning robots, temperature checks and antimicrobial coatings could soon become synonymous with airport trips. Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA) has provided a glimpse into what international airport procedures might look like once we’re traveling again, and a lot of disinfection technologies are involved. The busy Asia airport claims it’s the first in the world to trial a live operation of CLeanTech, a full-body disinfection boothThe short, but thorough, process sees those passing through undertake a temperature check before entering a small booth for the 40-second disinfection and sanitizing procedures.  According to the airport authority, the inside of the facility contains an antimicrobial coating that can remotely kill any viruses and/or bacteria found on clothing, as well as the body, by using photocatalyst advances along with “nano needles.”

booth – an enclosed compartment that allows privacy, for example when telephoning, voting, or sitting in a restaurant.

coating – a thin layer or covering of something.

glimpse – a momentary or partial view.

claim – state or assert that something is the case, typically without providing evidence or proof.

thorough – complete with regard to every detail; not superficial or partial.

undertake – commit oneself to and begin (an enterprise or responsibility); take on.


Robot di pulizia, controlli della temperatura e rivestimenti antimicrobici potrebbero presto diventare sinonimo di viaggi in aeroporto. L’aeroporto internazionale di Hong Kong (HKIA) ha fornito un’idea di come potrebbero essere le procedure aeroportuali internazionali una volta che si viaggia di nuovo, e sono coinvolte molte tecnologie di disinfezione. L’affollato aeroporto asiatico sostiene di essere il primo al mondo a provare dal vivo un’operazione di CLeanTech, una cabina di disinfezione per la disinfezione di tutto il corpo. Il processo, breve ma accurato, vede i passanti effettuare un controllo della temperatura prima di entrare in una piccola cabina per le procedure di disinfezione e disinfezione di 40 secondi. Secondo l’autorità aeroportuale, l’interno della struttura contiene un rivestimento antimicrobico che può uccidere a distanza qualsiasi virus e/o batterio che si trovi sui vestiti, così come il corpo, utilizzando i progressi del fotocatalizzatore insieme ai “nano aghi”.

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