Iranian researcher invented ATM and Note counter with ability of curbing Coronavirus

Dr Payman Sarhadi, Iranian inventor in Switzerland invented ATM and Note counter that are capable of curbing Coronavirus on bills and coins using UV light.

Iran (IMNA) - Over the past few years, researchers have repeatedly announced that money carries a whole host of germs and one of the ways viruses, germs and bacteria can be transmitted is currency touch and/or the exchange on daily bases. Coins and even bank cards are infected, and nowadays with the spread of Coronavirus this matter is more serious and more importantly, World Health Organization has repeatedly stated that one of the fastest ways to transmit the coronavirus is with the exchange of bills and coins currency. More than 340 million people across Europe countries are using euro currency for their financial transactions.

The European central bank says the use of cash is the dominant method of payment in the euro area and three-quarters of transactions are made in this way.
Carrying and exchanging cash is still very popular in large countries such as Germany, Italy and Spain. Statistics shows there are even more places in the world where money exchange is still very popular in daily transaction method.

One of the places that caused enormous concern among health professionals was the large presence of people in the bank branches. Given that there are no places
possible to purify money and this could be one of the most common way to contaminated and transfer bacteria and viruses. Knowing that coronavirus can be stay on bills and coins for a long time.

The effect of ultraviolet radiation depends on duration of exposure, dose, and distance from the microorganisms. Some endospores bacteria are resistant to ultraviolet radiation due to the presence of substance in their spore coating and absorbs radiation.
But in this invention, by creating a new method of radiation, distance and size of ultraviolet light, Payman Sarhadi was able to reduce the speed of dispense and counting money while in devices are in use and this process does not damage money fibers yet will disinfect the money completely.
For centuries, humans believed that sunlight could prevent the spread of infections.

A British researcher named Da Naz and Blunt found that the multiplication of microorganisms when exposed to sunlight will stopped. Subsequent research has shown that the cause of this phenomenon is the invisible spectrum of the sun's rays with a wavelength of 254 nm.

The radiation changes the molecular material necessary for the cellular agent. Because UV rays penetrate the cell wall of microorganisms, nucleic acids and other vital cell materials are affected by that effect. As a result, the cells exposed to this radiation are damaged or destroyed. Some UV rays are needed to kill small microorganisms such as bacteria and viruses, but UV energy is needed to kill and inactivate protozoa such as Giardia and Cryptosporidium. The new system designed by Peyman Sarhadi uses an advanced concrete insulation model to minimize the risks to humans.

Three samples of this device have been designed and produced by, Iranian inventor, Peyman Sarhadi. European companies have great tendency to negotiate with Peyman Sarhadi inorder to mass-produce the device in countries like Germany and Switzerland.
Peyman Sarhadi is a graduate of Allameh Tabatabai University with a master's degree in technology management and a doctorate in economics from the University of Tehran.

He is the holder of seven world patent medals, one of the top ten inventors in the world from the perspective of Times Magazine in 2011, the first Iranian entrepreneur in the industry, the founder of several scientific companies, the founder and secretary general of the Grand Invention of Iran and the inventor of more than 50 inventions.

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