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[ENVEX 2020] 'Daeshin MC' to introduce sanitary washing equipment ... Cyclone Suction Mat, Shoe Sole Cleaner, Caster Cleaner [Reporter Eunsil Lee 2020-05-27] Daeshin MC participated in the 42nd International Environmental Industry Technology & Green Energy Exhibition (hereinafter referred to as ENVEX 2020), which will be held at COEX from June 17 (Wed) to 19 (Fri), on June, and various cyclone suction mats, shoe bottom washers, and wheel washers Various sanitary washing equipment will be introduced. An official said, "Daeshin MCC will not only serve to inform the world class best quality made in Korea in the world market, but also to lead the world's human body from harmful environments." The dry type Cyclone Suction Mat strongly inhales dust and debris from the sole of the shoe just by walking on the suction mat. Dust and harmful substances are sucked into the dust collector, improving indoor air quality and blocking the transfer of harmful substances such as viruses into the room. In the case of a shoe floor washer, a sensor detects when people step on the machine's brush and cleans the shoe floor with water, detergent and brush. After that, dry the bottom of the shoe with an absorbent mat that absorbs water strongly, and help in the interior with clean shoes. In addition, the Caster Cleaner is a wet type that automatically cleans the wheels. The cleaning time can be set on the panel with water, detergent and sponge. 202005271016586701.jpg On the other hand, ENVEX 2020, which marks its 42nd year this year, has opened a business site every year to help domestic environmental companies develop overseas markets and domestic markets, and attract more than 1,000 foreign buyers to help match business with domestic participating companies. . → Go to '42th International Environmental Industrial Technology & Green Energy Exhibition' news 202005271016589860.jpg All Visual Internet News of Goods Eunsil Lee (www.aving.net)
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Recently, the silenced Covid-19 in Korea again revived remaining more than 50 infected people in a huge building. The reason virus delivered here to there was the Shoe Sole, announced by Chosun Illbo Newspaper. So, do not neglect clean Shoe Sole.
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 (click the picture) As keep announcing even in the overseas media, virus can really remain in shoe sole and infect it to the people at the indoor. Clean Shoe Sole.  If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us. Thank you. Be safe! Be Clean with us!
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While it is of the utmost importance to remain vigilant about washing your hands amid the COVID-19 pandemic, it is also important not to forget about another possible breeding ground for the virus -- your shoes. Although there is no conclusive data on how long the virus can survive on footwear, some experts have noted it could live on your shoes for nearly a week. Infectious disease specialist Mary E. Schmidt warns that the soles are of particular concern as the virus could stay viable on leather, rubber and PVC-based soles for more than five days, reported the Huffington Post UK. Public health specialist Carol Winner echoed the sentiment based on previous research on the virus’ sustainability on plastic. “We’ve learned from the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases that coronavirus can remain active on some surfaces, like plastic, for up to two to three days,” Winner told the outlet. “This suggests that viruses deposited on shoes made of plastic could retain the active virus for a few days.”
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The coronavirus is known to make a home on many non-human surfaces, including doorknobs, cardboard boxes and shopping carts. Now, to the surprise of probably no one, experts are calling shoes a “breeding ground” for germs. Infectious disease specialist Mary E. Schmidt warns that the coronavirus could survive on rubber, leather and PVC-based soles for five days or more, the Huffington Post UK reported — and has even suggested that individuals wear shoes that are machine-washable. Depending on what materials are used to make a shoe, the pathogen can remain for days on the upper part as well. The National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases found that COVID-19 can survive on plastic for up to two or three days, meaning shoes featuring plastic components are also risky — though that’s not a primary concern for some doctors. “The sole of the shoe is the breeding ground of more bacteria and fungi and viruses than the upper part of a shoe,” emergency physician Cwanza Pinckney tells HuffPost. A 2008 study by microbiologists at the University of Arizona found that the average shoe sole contains some 421,000 bacteria, viruses and parasites. However, Pinckney reminds us that many of these microorganisms “influence and allow us to develop immunity.” So, in many ways, they could be helping us stay healthier. Nevertheless, public health specialist Carol Winner says taking your shoes off before entering the home is a smart measure for anyone. “If you can leave them in your garage or in your entryway, that would be ideal, as you don’t necessarily have to leave them outside,” she tells HuffPost. “The idea is to just not track them throughout the house.” Schmidt adds concern for children especially, and advises parents to be especially mindful of how children handle their shoes. “You have to hide the shoes from small children to ensure they don’t touch them,” she says. “Teach them not to touch shoes unless they are designated indoor shoes, as shoes are the dirtiest objects we have in our homes, other than the toilets.” Winner attempts to quell fear, telling individuals to focus more on personal hygiene and hand-washing, rather than what’s living on the bottom of their shoes. “There is no evidence to say that the coronavirus comes into the house from shoes,” she says. “Pragmatically, they are on the body part furthest from our face, and we do know that the greatest risk of transmission is person to person, not shoe to person
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Even as we learn more each day about the COVID-19 pandemic, new questions arise about how coronavirus can affect every aspect of our lives. These concerns include how to wash and disinfect clothing and how to wash our hands. However, shoes are a growing area of concern because they are points of contact in crowded public places, such as in grocery stores. Some of this burgeoning information can be misleading. It’s important to stick with the facts, so we tapped a handful of experts (doctors and infectious disease specialists) to answer questions about shoes and coronavirus. TL;DR: How worried do we need to be about getting coronavirus from our shoes? Despite evidence that suggests that the COVID-19 virus can live on surfaces for days, public health specialist Carol Winner said to keep in mind that there is no proof right now that coronavirus comes into the house on shoes. This makes it important to follow the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s recommendations to wash your hands thoroughly (at least 20 seconds), work from home if you can and avoid touching your face. “There is no evidence to say that the coronavirus comes into the house from shoes,” she told HuffPost. “Pragmatically, they are on the body part furthest from our face, and we do know that the greatest risk of transmission is person to person, not shoe to person.” But coronavirus has been studied so little. How long COULD it live on shoes? Though the CDC suggests that COVID-19, the disease caused by the new coronavirus, is thought to be spread person-to-person through respiratory droplets, there is evidence the virus is able to live on surfaces. A study published by the National Institutes of Health, for example, showed that the virus can live on cardboard for 24 hours and for two to three days on stainless steel and plastic. However, shoes can be a potential source of contamination, according to family practitioner Georgine Nanos, especially if they’re worn in heavily populated areas (in grocery stores, on mass transit, etc.) and in workplaces. “As of today, we believe coronavirus can live on surfaces for up to 12 hours, potentially longer,” Nanos said. “And this definitely includes shoes.” Infectious disease specialist Mary E. Schmidt said the time can actually be five days or more (according to studies done on materials closely related to shoe materials at room temperature). Are some shoe materials more susceptible to the virus? Respiratory droplets containing coronavirus can certainly land on footwear, according to Winner, who explained that some synthetic materials, such as spandex, can allow the virus to remain viable for a few days. It's a good idea to wear shoes that are machine washable. Some athletic shoes can be tossed in the washing machine. belchonock via Getty Images It's a good idea to wear shoes that are machine washable. Some athletic shoes can be tossed in the washing machine. Shoes made with plastics and synthetic materials can carry an active virus for days, but she noted that more research is needed. “We’ve learned from the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases that coronavirus can remain active on some surfaces, like plastic, for up to two to three days,” Winner said. “This suggests that viruses deposited on shoes made of plastic could retain the active virus for a few days,” and they could dry out sooner on natural fibers. However, whether you wear sneakers or work boots, emergency physician Cwanza Pinckney stressed, it’s important to paying attention to the sole. “The sole of the shoe is the breeding ground of more bacteria and fungi and viruses than the upper part of a shoe,” Pinckney explained. Soles are typically made of non-porous materials, such as rubber, leather and PVC compounds, and can carry high levels of bacteria, according to a study published by Charles Gerba, a microbiologist and professor at the University of Arizona. The 2008 study indicated that the average shoe sole is covered with 421,000 bacteria, viruses and parasites. But Pinckney suggested not stressing over this figure too much: Those hitchhikers can also allow humans to develop immunity to the pathogens over time. “Instead of worrying, just be mindful that many of these bacteria influence and allow us to develop immunity,” she told HuffPost. What kind of shoes should I wear at work? If you are still required to report to work, Pinckney suggested dedicating a pair of shoes (and socks) just for work. This helps prevent tracking the virus into the house, she explained, when workers change into clean shoes at home. “I recommend having a dedicated pair of shoes to go out in and then a clean pair to change into before entering the house,” Pinckney told HuffPost. “Health care workers are always mindful to change shoes [and put work shoes in bags] before getting in the car and going home.” Schmidt recommended wearing shoes that are machine washable. How should I clean my work shoes? When it comes time to clean your work shoes, Nanos advised wiping them down with disinfecting cloths frequently. Additionally, she recommended washing your shoes if they are machine washable or cleaning them with hot water and soap if you have nothing else in the house. “Wiping down your shoes is probably most effective when using an alcohol-based wipe,” she said. “You can also wash your shoes on a short cycle in the washing machine, and use hot soap and water if you don’t have anything else to use.” Winner also suggested Lysol can be used to inactivate viruses that adhere to your shoes but warned against using it on shoes made with natural materials. It can damage the finish of your shoe, she added. Avoid spraying leather shoes with Lysol -- it's one of the only surfaces that can't withstand the chemicals. Elnur via Getty Images Avoid spraying leather shoes with Lysol -- it's one of the only surfaces that can't withstand the chemicals. “Avoid natural materials, including leather, as it can damage the finish,” she explained. “Remember that cleaning can get the virus on rags, towels and your hands, so the best protocol is less cleaning and more air.” However, Winner stressed that viruses are different from bacteria, making it important to use the right cleaning and disinfecting products. “The coronavirus, like all viruses, is made up of mostly nucleic acid, some protein and lipid,” she added. “Viruses can be inactivated by heat, cleaning solutions like Clorox, and soap and water. Soap alters lipids, and disinfectant oxidizes and heat denatures proteins.” Where should I leave my work shoes when I get home? Winner advised taking off your shoes before you enter the house any time you’ve gone outside to work or to a public place. This can help prevent the virus from being tracked inside, she added. “If you can leave them in your garage or in your entryway, that would be ideal, as you don’t necessarily have to leave them outside,” she said. “The idea is to just not track them throughout the house.” Nanos said that there currently isn’t enough information on how the virus behaves in different weather. She stressed it’s important to still wash your hands each time you touch your work shoes. “The cold air probably will not make a difference, as we do not know a lot of information about how this virus behaves with weather changes,” she said. “In fact, during the winter months seems to be when COVID-19 is thriving.” Should I approach children’s shoes differently? Since children tend to put their hands in their mouth frequently, parents of small children should take extra precautions when it comes to removing shoes, according to Winner. “Really small children are known to play on the floor a lot and put their hands in their mouth, so taking extra precautions with them is always a good idea,” she explained. “Have them remove their shoes at the door, minimize hand contact with the shoes and have them wash their hands immediately when coming into the house.” However, if this doesn’t work, Schmidt also suggested hiding children’s shoes. “You have to hide the shoes from small children to ensure they don’t touch them,” she told HuffPost. “Teach them not to touch shoes unless they are designated indoor shoes, as shoes are the dirtiest objects we have in our homes, other than the toilets.”
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[Corona 19] Surviving 5 days in shoes… Western surprise wearing shoes at home [Economic Review = Reporter Park Min-kyu] It was argued that the new coronavirus infection (Corona 19) could survive for about 5 days in shoes. As the spread of Corona 19 continues in the United States and Europe, the culture of wearing shoes indoors has raised concerns about further infection in the western world. According to a number of foreign sources, including Huffington Post UK and CBS on the 29th (local time), some experts pointed out that "shoes can also be a hotbed of the corona19 virus." Shoes worn in public transport, at work, in grocery stores, etc., could be a potential source of infection, Huffington Post UK said. "The Corona19 virus can survive for five days in the sole of rubber and leather," said infectious disease expert Mary Schmidt. Corona 19 is also based on a study by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) that stainless steel and plastic surfaces can remain active for 2-3 days. Unlike western culture in western regions, shoes worn outside are often worn indoors, such as at home. In the United States and Europe, where Corona 19 was hit, the question of 'should I take my shoes off my house' is growing. It is also pointed out that children should be instructed not to touch the soles of shoes, and to have separate shoes. In particular, medical staff who are currently taking care of patients at the forefront of Corona 19 also argued that it is necessary to distinguish shoes worn in the field from shoes and everyday shoes, as they are particularly concerned about the spread of the virus. As a result, Crox, a popular shoe brand for medical staff, announced that it would donate 10,000 pairs of shoes a day to medical staff.
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Daeshin MC is a company that specializes in developing and producing clean systems such as shoe sole washers, cart washers and magic mats. In Korea, the demand for washing and flue gas (dust collection) deodorization equipment has increased due to the development of the food service culture along with the expansion of the economy. In line with this, the company will expand its business scope to improve the environment of the restaurant business. Recently, I moved into the Environmental Industry Research Complex of the Korea Environmental Industry & Technology Institute to focus on empirical research and new product development under stable support. Daishin MC has set advanced countries such as the United States, Germany, and Japan as major target markets. Last year, the global consumer electronics company S Company was recognized for its technology by supplying a large amount of shoe sole washers to the Egyptian factory. It has secured the ability to exceed the environmental standards of demanding developed countries. Instead, MC shoe washers can be installed at the entrances of all buildings that go from outdoors to indoors. Dry and wet types are available depending on the characteristics of the workshop. The dry shoe dust suction mat is an air suction mat using a sensor. Strongly inhale while walking through various harmful substances such as dirt, dust, and fine dust flowing into the room through the bottom of the shoe. The world's first modularized suction mat can be customized and sized in units of cells. Wet shoe sole cleaner is a device that cleans contaminants adsorbed on the shoe bottom with water and a brush. Last year, more than 100 wet cleaners were sold to S. Company S is installed and maintained on each floor of the corridor. Daishin MC wet shoe bottom washer. [Source: Daeshin MC] Daishin MC has five domestic patents and two utility models in addition to the oil-water separation device that separates animal oil. In order to commercialize the dust suction device, it applied for overseas patents in 7 countries including the United States. President Choi Young-hwan said, “Daeshin MC products can reduce the defect rate of products due to dust as well as the pleasant environment of offices and factories.”
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"As for existing dry suction mats in Korea and abroad, the inhaled dust may spread back into the room according to the air flow, but DSMC's 'Cyclone vacuum suction mat', there is no fear that the sucked dust will leak out again. " Instead of developing 'Cyclone Vacuum Suction Mat' in 2015, CEO Choi Young-hwan of MC emphasized that the company's product has a distinct difference from other companies' existing dry mats to reporters who visited the headquarters of Bupyeong, Incheon. Instead of celebrating its 23rd anniversary this year, MC is a company that specializes in cleaning equipment for various industries, starting from washing machines in the food industry. As a result of researching environment-friendly products based on our own technology to create a cleaner indoor environment, we acquired overseas certifications in the United States, Europe, China, and Japan in 2016 with the 'Cyclone Vacuum Suction Mat'. In 2017, the world's first 'Cyclone Vacuum Suction Mat' succeeded in modularizing the floor panel, establishing product standardization. Last year, the Korea Institute of Mechanical Engineers was evaluated as a next-generation world-class product certification company by the Korea Trade-Investment Promotion Agency (KOTRA) in the same year based on the reliability evaluation of its products at the Center for Reliability Evaluation, and instead recognized the potential of MC's innovative technology. Prior to founding, Young-Hwan Choi worked in the industrial cleaner business. CEO Choi said, "For over 10 years, since I worked as a cleaning agent for cleaning machines in various industries such as automobiles, engines, and textiles, 'machine' naturally caught my eye. In sales, the machine was 1000 times different than a cleaning agent." Background explained. In the early 1990s, he visited the Japanese industrial sites frequently, valued a clean working environment, and found that he could not survive without self-developed products. In the early days of its establishment, it was supplied to domestic large corporations and public institutions mainly on wet wheel washer developed by Daishin MC and shoe sole washer imported from Japan. Bogie wheel washer is the world's first roller type washer that removes more than 98% of debris by cleaning the wheels like a mop. Instead, the double lock filter inside the dust collector of MC cyclone vacuum suction mat is shown. Photo = Reporter Eunseo Oh Currently, instead of MC, Cyclone Vacuum Suction Mat, which is the driving force behind growth, is a customized product that can vary in size and use depending on the installation location.It is installed on the floors of large multi-use facilities such as airports, hospitals and schools as well as industrial sites. You can. CEO Choi is looking forward to the government's eco-friendly policies that emphasize technological innovation in the environmental field in response to climate change, such as the response to ultra-fine dust. Instead, it is planning to target the B2B (business-to-business transaction) market as well as the B2C (business-to-business consumer) market of household products with the technology of catching fine dust from the entrance of a large building, starting with MC's cyclone vacuum suction mat. . "We are expanding our global distribution network by participating in overseas export exhibitions held in Poland, Hungary, India, and Singapore since last year with our unique technology to block fine dust, and we have entered the mass production of products in Korea from this year to speed up the entry into the eco-friendly clean equipment and system market. "
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According to the Environmental Industry and Environmental Industry and Technology Institute on the 22nd, the environmental IP-R & D project has been spotlighted as a solution to the concerns of patent application for SMEs. The IP-R & D business is a patent-oriented customized and close-type support project that enables companies to stably focus on R & D by creating strong patents and suggesting highly efficient R & D directions. We support SMEs with insufficient manpower or funds to secure original patents and expand overseas expansion. The Korea Patent Strategy Development Institute (KISTA) has teamed up with the Korea Environmental Industry and Technology Institute to support the establishment of customized and close-type strategies for domestic small and medium-sized enterprises. It is divided into the first half and the second half of the year to apply for a company. Since last year, it has been supporting IP-R & D projects for companies that are located in the Incheon Environmental Industry Research Complex. Last year, four companies including Wonil Air Purification, Kored, Daeshin MC., Ltd, and Aku Chemical were selected and supported. This year, 10 companies including Smart City Grid, LID Water, Lee Kyung Chemical, and Cork World were supported. The IP-R & D support project is a technology-leading type (20 weeks) that supports a comprehensive strategy for each task type, and a technology leap type (12 weeks) that focuses on a strategy suitable for the company among the core strategies of IP-R & D, securing design and patents It is divided into IP convergence type (12 weeks, 20 weeks) that suggests strategies. Support procedures include 'setting the direction of business promotion' to identify the company status and set strategic analysis objectives, 'patent · environment analysis' to analyze patents and papers and analyze the market industry environment, core patent response strategy, IP creation strategy, R & D It goes through the steps of 'establishing an IP-R & D strategy', such as a strategy for suggesting directions and establishing a patent infrastructure. The Korea Environmental Industry & Technology Institute will apply for IP-R & D business in the first half of 2019 for companies in the Environmental Industry Research Complex in December. In the future, it is also considered to expand the scope of support, such as R & D research institutes supported by the Environmental Industry and Technology Institute, as well as companies in the research complex. “We will expand IP-R & D support projects in the future to increase patent support for environmental companies and help environmental companies secure their technological capabilities and lead overseas expansion,” said Nam Kwang-hee, director of the Environmental Industry and Technology Institute.
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