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Title:
PROCEDURE FOR CLEANING DIRTY BACTERIA, VIRUSES ON A HANDLING SURFACE WITH A DISINFECTANT
Document Type and Number:
WIPO Patent Application WO/2021/201668
Kind Code:
A1
Abstract:
Procedure for cleaning dirty surfaces, bacteria, viruses on the handled surface of a disinfectant with the help of a pressure fluid with a disinfectant stops the leaving of dirt and always keeps the handling surface clean for further use, which allows a wide range of home users, kindergartens, hospitals, schools and every where needed.

Inventors:
STEVAN NASTESKI (MK)
Application Number:
PCT/MK2021/000001
Publication Date:
October 07, 2021
Filing Date:
March 17, 2021
Export Citation:
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Assignee:
STEVAN NASTESKI (MK)
International Classes:
E03C1/046; A47K5/12; A61L2/18; E03D9/00; E05B1/00
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Claims:
Claims

1. Procedure for cleaning dirt, bacteria and viruses on a handled surface with a disinfectant is a mechanical system that uses a pressurized fluid with a suitable disinfectant, which is released into a regulation container (3) through special channels for moderate bottom movement (2 ) on the surface of the regulator (1). 2. A process for cleaning dirt, bacteria and viruses on a handled surface with a disinfectant is a mechanical system using a pressurized fluid with an appropriate disinfectant, according to claim 1 is characterized by the fluid is discharged into a regulating vessel (3) which can be with standard flow or variable flow.

3. A process for cleaning dirt, bacteria and viruses on a handled surface with a disinfectant is a mechanical system using a pressurized .fluid with a suitable disinfectant, according to claim 1 , is characterized by through the special channels of moderate movement in the bottom (2) which channel movement of the nozzles allows one way, many ways and free flow without stopping the nozzles on the surface of the regulator (1).

4. A process for cleaning dirt, bacteria and viruses on a surface treated with a disinfectant is a mechanical system using a pressurized fluid with an appropriate disinfectant, according to claim 1 , is characterized by which is capable of regulating the outflow pressure with a given amount of fluid such as holder of given elements, for extended functions and other purposes within other elements.

Description:
PROCEDURE FOR CLEANING DIRTY BACTERIA, VIRUSES ON A HANDLING SURFACE WITH A DISINFECTANT

Technical Field

The invention is from the mechanic field.

Procedure for mechanical action with a fluid-soluble agent on a handled surface to interrupt the leaving and taking of bacteria, viruses and others. Background Art

When using water taps that are used for washing and drinking, they are always done with their hands, which every time they touch the water tap and dirt, bacteria, viruses, coughing, sneezing, etc. stick to them. After using the faucet, the user closes the liquid through the water taps, thus touching it again and actually sticking on the hand, the dirt that he sticks while using it. And so constantly viruses and bacteria always remain on the faucet from the tap.

To break the chain of continuous transmission, it goes to another procedure of using a disinfectant.

The problem is solved by a fluid procedure which required a given solution placed in a basin or in a vessel from where it is brought under a certain pressure to the regulating vessel (3). it is released on the surface of the regulator and mechanically pushes the sticky dirt, viruses and bacteria.

The fiow always makes the surface clean.

The second way to increase the disinfection is the presence of a solution placed in the fluid and its action completes the solution of the given problem.

Disclosure of invention

This procedure always achieves a clean handled surface, its industrial application is in chemical factories, kindergartens, schools, homes and everywhere water is used in plumbing for washing and drinking and more. The constructive solution of this invention can still be found as an addition to other elements within the opening of door frames, irrigation vessels and more.

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