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Tuam firm develops machine to fight the virus

Wednesday, 16th September, 2020 10:17am
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 Tuam firm develops machine to fight the virus
 Tuam firm develops machine to fight the virus

By David Connors


THROUGHOUT history when new challenges have presented themselves, often they have been solved or partly alleviated with the help of modern technological advances.

Once again Tuam’s JFC Group, located on Weir Road, has stepped forward with yet another cutting-edge innovation that could potentially help halt the spread of Covid-19 worldwide.

Developed in JFC’s plant in Poland, the ‘Fogger’, a machine which is specifically designed to disinfect large or small surface areas, using a carefully formulated disinfection solution, by killing 99.9 per cent of all germs and bacteria it comes in contact with.

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