UPDATE: Blue Plasma have found the sterilization unit and is currently testing whether cold plasma is a good method of rapid sterilzsation at room temperature without chemical additives – effectively combating not only viruses but also bacteria and even spores.
They are now also open to questions from parties who need a usable and manageable sterilization method. For example, for protective clothing and masks (the machine has a capacity of over 500 litres and is 2 metres high so complete suits fit in it), but also for other things. They are thinking of direct medical care in hospitals, of course, but also of possibilities in peripheral care. Such as youth care, home care, maternity care, dentists and general practitioners, and possibly also others who cannot maintain the 1.5 meter rule in their work.
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Blue Plasma develops cleaning and disinfection applications based on cold atmospheric plasma. In collaboration with an established partner company in Germany we can provide a sterilization unit based on plasma technology. This system would be possibly attractive for sterilization in a medical environment, and together we are now looking for a lab facility/partner that we can work with to obtain proof data for the virological effectiveness of the unit.
Testing so far has shown that the approach is effective against bacteria and spores. We are confident that it will also work against viruses – including corona viruses and SARS-2. The treatment will inactivate viruses but not physically remove their RNA. This means we need a test that can establish if the virus is still active. The testing does not need to be executed on SARS-2 initially; a suitable alternative corona virus should also help to establish the proof data we are looking for.