ProMinent China recently donated two chlorine dioxide systems for water treatment to a temporary emergency hospital in Wuhan, built to combat the spread of Covid-19.
Following the outbreak of Covid-19 in the Wuhan region, the second of two provisional hospitals came into operation in early February 2020. The Leishenshan Hospital can accommodate 1,500 patients, with 3,300 prefabricated units for the medical isolation area, a lounge area for hospital staff and a logistics area.
The construction phase only took two weeks and ProMinent immediately delivered two Bello Zon CDEb systems. Installation and commissioning on site was carried out by ProMinent China employees and was completed in just three days.
The chlorine dioxide systems are used for the treatment and disinfection of medical wastewater and so make an important contribution to the smooth running of the hospital. ProMinent China had already donated a chlorine dioxide system for an emergency hospital 17 years ago when the SARS virus broke out.