Shycocan A Virus Attenuation Device Developed in India


 A one-of-its-kind virus attenuation device called Shycocan, developed by well-known Indian scientist and inventor Dr. Rajah Vijay Kumar, is helping curb the spread of Coronavirus in indoor spaces. It is enabling schools, colleges, homes and businesses like hospitals, hotels, offices, restaurants, auditoriums, transportation, retail, and airports get back on track and serve their internal and external customers in a safe environment.

According to Shycocan Corporation, there is a robust demand for this unique device from Delhi-NCR, with dozens of businesses and institutions showing great interest. Thousands of Shycocan devices have already been installed in the region, including a large installation of 160 devices at a single factory in Noida. More enquiries are coming in from institutional buyers who want to protect their customers, employees and visitors from the transmission of Coronavirus at their premises in times of the pandemic.

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The cylindrical device Shycocan (short for Scalene Hypercharge Corona Canon) has been found to be effective in securing indoor spaces from the spread of not only the Coronavirus family which cause diseases like pneumonia, ARDS, SARS, MERS, COVID-19 and other Coronavirus-induced diseases, but also the Influenza family of viruses which trigger annual seasonal flu and epidemics such as Swine Flu and Bird Flu. Remarkably, Shycocan also works on all current and future variants and mutants of these viruses, protecting people’s health and saving millions of hours of lost productivity.


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