Two students from the city, together with their professor, have designed a device that relieves heat after wearing PPE kits. This device is mounted while wearing a PPE kit. It mainly acts as ventilation inside the kit, which protects the doctors from sweat and suffocation. The fan installed inside the device filters the outside air and sends it inside the kit and exits the helmet through a pipe inside. Throughout the process, the airflow inside the PPE kit is maintained, so that the heat does not apply after wearing the PPE kit.
According to Shagun, his mentor Flying Lieutenant Ranjit Chauhan, PGI’s Professor of Oral Health Science, Vidyaratan, Assistant Professor of Industrial Product Design at Pek, Jagjit Singh Randhawa, Aman Rana, a pass out MTech degree from Pek There has been a special contribution. Students continued to update the device based on what the doctor said. After three to four months of hard work, this device is now fully ready. With its patent file, it is now being sent to the Bhama Atomic Research Center, so that it can be certified.