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Home appliances firm makes ventilator for coronavirus patients

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British home appliances firm Gtech, which specialises in making vacuum cleaners, has made a prototype of a medical ventilator which founder Nick Grey says can be scaled to mass production within weeks. Made largely from off-the-shelf parts, the ventilator runs on compressed air and can be assembled with a simple production line.

Added on the 24/03/2020 19:59:21 - Copyright : AFP EN

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