Aimat will be introducing its automatic waste sealing processor Purinus at the International Photonics Industry Exhibition and Conference 2020, which will be held Nov. 19-27 at KAPID online non-face-to-face consultation room and the exhibition homepage.
Purinus is the world’s first safe and convenient waste disposal device that individually and automatically seals waste with a special film. When the waste goes in, it seals and loads it at once. Throwing waste is done in a flash.
It is completely sealed with a special film to prevent odors, contamination, and infection, and it does not make noise even when sealing. Also, it improves the efficiency of waste management work by reducing the processing time, improving the work environment for workers, and reducing stress.
The company staff said, “You can freely use it anywhere where pollutants are generated and sanitary environment maintenance is essential, such as general households, medical institutions, research facilities, early childhood education facilities, public toilets, animal hospitals, postpartum care centers, and COVID-19 screening clinics.”
He then said, “We are striving to improve our expertise and capabilities to maintain the highest quality of all products produced. We want to achieve positive results through this online export consultation.”
The main events of the International Photonics Industry Exhibition and Conference 2020 hosted by Gwangju Metropolitan City and organized by the Korea Association for Photonics Industry Development are as follows. △On-line road show for promising technologies/products in the optical convergence industry △Export conference inviting domestic and foreign influential buyers (24-hour online export consultation system for post-COVID crisis) △ Information session and forum △PLC, LiDar development strategy online seminar △Information session and forum
The items exhibited at the show are optical communication, optical fusion lighting, optical medical bio, optical precision, optical material parts, optical image information, optical imaging information, and optical energy.