With help of electrical engineering, 3D printing and mechanical engineering the device that can provide protection in closed area was developed. The development of 2022.
Mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, and 3D printing helped our company create a device that can neutralize dangerous viruses and provide protection in closed areas.
The Nineteen Neutralizer – AntiCovid19 – Oasis2 is capable of killing viruses and disinfecting hospital wards and living quarters without the use of additional chemicals. It emits concentrated ultraviolet light, which destroys bacteria and viruses by damaging their DNA and RNA structures, preventing their reproduction.
The device is set up in the room that needs to be sanitized, with the control panel located on the front panel. The control panel has two buttons, a potentiometer, and a display. One button is responsible for turning the device on and off, while the second is responsible for turning the ultraviolet lamp on and off. The potentiometer controls the speed of the air being blown through the device.
The mechanical engineering of the device includes:
- The body made of sheet metal
- Plastic fasteners
- Metal corners
- An air filter
- Four swivel wheels
- Two nickel-plated handles
- Two fan grilles
- Logo made of translucent plastic
- Electronics unit
- M3, M4, M6 bolts
The electrical engineering includes:
- UV lamp for Viqua systems (R-can)
- FatonNV 600h 360W 2.7A
- Two 120 fans
- Power connector
- 12V wire bus
- Address RGB LED strip WS2812b
- MK Arduino NANO
- OLED Display 0.96 inches
- Two 5mm LEDs
- Potentiometer WH148 B10K
- Button M19 with green backlight with a lock on switching
The device’s model was developed by our mechanical engineer in the SolidWorks program, and a CFD analysis of the device operation was performed. The firmware design was written in the Visual Studio program using the C++ programming language.
The body was made by metalworking specialists. The corner connectors of the housing, the corner clamps of the BP, the air filter housing, the UV lamp mounts, and the electronics unit housing were printed in our laboratory using a 3D printer and ABS plastic. The front panel of the LEDs and the control unit were printed on Anykubik Photon SLA resin.
In conclusion, mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, and 3D printing allowed our company to create a neutralizer that can sanitize any area where viruses may gather, providing a protective solution for closed areas.
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