Disinfectant Drone Spray Sightings in Central Jakarta City

This spraying action is to prevent the spread of coronavirus outbreaks.

Some people dress in hazmat carrying disinfectant-filled drones. They are preparing for spraying on Jalan Sudirman, Central Jakarta, Friday, March 27, 2020.Uploaded an Instagram account @ jktinfo , the spraying action is to prevent the spread of the corona virus outbreak. The spraying action was held by the Aero Sport Indonesia Federation (FASI).

Several drone communities and teams, including Halo Robotics, Handal Selaras, Nusa Indonesia, Indonesian Drone Federation, Gavin, Dronian Indonesia, Aerial Community and Drone Racing, Indonesian Drone Journalists, Gading Drone Pilots, and Syngenta.The plan, the action of spraying disinfectants using this drone will be held at several points in the Capital City.One of the teams participating in the spraying was Nusa Indonesia. They explained that the drone that would carry this disinfectant was DJI Agras T-16.This drone has a 16 liter tank capacity and can spray 1.5 hectares in just 10 minutes, of course, adjusting the location and conditions.

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Surabaya Also Use Drones

The Nusa Indonesia team hopes this step can help Jakarta and also Indonesia to get through this difficult time by making optimal contributions against Covid-19.A similar action was previously carried out by the Surabaya city government, Tuesday, March 24, 2020. The Surabaya city government cooperated with the community to maximize the spraying of disinfectants using drone technology or drone aircraft, in a number of villages and city streets as an effort to prevent COVID-19.”There will be more communities to help.

We from the Surabaya City Government would like to thank you,” said the Head of the Communication and Information Office (Dinkominfo) of Surabaya City, M Fikser, reported .Spraying using drones reaches several areas in the middle of Surabaya, including Jalan Urip Sumoharjo, Jalan Tunjungan to Jalan Mayor Mustajab.”Also enter villages in Gentengkali, Ondomohen area, Jalan Yos Sudarso, Surabaya Parliament Building and around City Hall to Jalan Pacar,” said Fikser.

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Antiseptic and Disinfectant Different Now Used Many Prevent Corona

Corona outbreaks have become a threat in various countries. Various attempts were made to prevent the spread of the virus with the official name Covid-19. One of them is by using antiseptic and disinfectant.Dr. John Swartzberg, an infectious disease expert and emeritus professor at the University of California, Berkeley, School of Public Health, said, “There are a lot of bad things about the corona virus. But one good thing is that this virus is not very strong. ““The virus is easily destroyed by most disinfectants,” he added.Experts at Consumer Reports, Centers for Disease Control

Prevention and other organizations have considered suggestions about products that can help protect ourselves and our homes from the corona virus.”Regular cleaning using ordinary cleaners can eliminate all types of germs, not just corona viruses,” said Catherine Roberts, associate editor of health at Consumer Reports.”Focus on high touch areas such as tap handles, door handles, railings, and stairs or things that you always carry,” he continued.

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Disinfectant Drone 2020
Disinfectant Drone [2020] Spray Sightings in Central Jakarta City

What is antiseptic?

Reported by  , antiseptics are chemical compounds that function to inhibit or slow the growth of microorganisms, even able to kill germs. Antiseptics are generally used when dealing with wounds, also during certain operations or procedures with the aim of reducing the risk of infection.According to , antiseptics are substances that stop or slow the growth of microorganisms. They are often used in hospitals and other medical settings to reduce the risk of infection during surgery and other procedures.

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How are antiseptics used?

Antiseptics have many benefits. Both inside and outside medical use. And in use both inside and outside the medical, are both used on the skin or mucous membranes.Following are the specific uses of antiseptics:Washing hands. Medics use antiseptics to wash hands in hospitals.Disinfects mucous membranes. Antiseptics can be used on the urethra, bladder or vagina to clean the area before inserting a catheter.

Antiseptics can also help treat infections in this area.Clean the skin before surgery. Antiseptics are used on the skin before surgery, to protect against harmful microorganisms that may be present on the skin.Treat skin infections. Antiseptics can be used to treat infections of wounds on the skin. Like burns or other minor injuries.Treat throat and mouth infections. Some lozenges contain antiseptics to help treat sore throats due to bacterial infections.
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What are the types of antiseptics?

Antiseptics are usually categorized based on their chemical structure. All types of skin disinfectants, but some have additional uses.Common types with various uses include:Chlorhexidine and biguanides. This is used for open wounds and for bladder irritation.Antibacterial Dyes. It helps treat wounds and burns.Peroxide and Permanganate.

It is often used in antiseptic mouthwashes and open sores.Halogenated phenols. This is used in cleaning solutions and paramedic soap.Non-medical antiseptic. These antiseptics are sold in the market. Generally contain alcohol, moisturizer and has a more fragrant scent. Examples such as handsanitizer and wet tissue.
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Difference between antiseptic and disinfectant

Antiseptics and disinfectants both kill microorganisms. Many people say that an antiseptic is a disinfectant on the skin. But the most basic thing for antiseptic and disinfectant differences is that antiseptics are used on the body such as the skin while disinfectants are used on the surface of inanimate objects such as the floor.

For example, a doctor can use an antiseptic on a person’s body before performing an operation while a disinfectant can be used to clean the operating table.Both antiseptics and disinfectants contain chemicals called biocides. Hydrogen peroxide is an example of a common ingredient in antiseptics and disinfectants. However, antiseptics usually contain lower concentrations of biocides than disinfectants.

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