Will offer open, free access on its company website of all design, engineering and formulation mixture packages to produce sanitisers
Hand sanitisers are an effective measure to curb the spread of the novel Corona virus. Following the guidelines issued by the World Health Organisation and Ministry of Health, Govt of India, the sanitiser market is experiencing exponential demand. This has opened a huge requirement of sanitisers and disinfectants in India and across the world.
Praj Industries has developed a unique process technology in its government approved (Dept of Scientific and Industrial Research, GOI) state-of-the-art research centre that helps formulate alcohol into high quality sanitisers.
With over 750 references across the world including more than 450 in India, Praj is well positioned to facilitate the production of sanitisers leveraging on its captive process plant customer base.
Understanding the seriousness of the fight against the virus and in response to the appeal by Ministries of defence and health, GOI, Praj has decided to undertake the following major initiatives.
Offer open and free access on its company website of all design, engineering and formulation mixture packages to produce sanitisers [for standardised plant capacity of 2KLPD (20,000 bottles of 100 ml. each) and 5KLPD (50,000 bottles of 100 ml each)].
Provide remote engineering and commissioning assistance to produce sanitisers.
Praj is also geared up to manufacture and supply specialised reactors required for production of sanitisers on a fast-track basis.
Sharing his thoughts on this decision, Atul Mulay, President, Bioenergy Business said, “We are pleased to offer Praj’s know-how and engineering package that adheres to WHO guidelines for the production of sanitisers. We are sure our sincere contribution of providing a plug and play package will boost production at this critical juncture and help combat the spread of the virus.”
The aim of this decision is to contribute towards the health and safety of people across the country and India’s efforts to tackle COVID-19 pandemic.