CAVITE STATE UNIVERSITY DEVELOPS TOUCHLESS ALCOHOL DISPENSERS
THE CAVITE State University has developed touchless alcohol dispensers in partnership with the Commission on Higher Education.
The university also sets up wash stations to help curb the spread of the coronavirus disease.
The low-cost pedal-controlled dispensers were developed and unveiled by the school’s College of Engineering and Information Technology on September 28.
The CvSU said that its low-cost model is on par with commercially available machines.
The durable machines will be deployed in various offices of the university, CvSU said.
“CvSU and CEIT will help in any way we can. The whole CvSU community, the admin, faculty, students and alumni are willing to volunteer and contribute in the fight against Covid19,” said Dr. David Cero, the dean of the CEIT and project head.
The school said those interested can purchase the dispensers by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org.