Source Pravda.Ru

A device to fight biological weapons was invented in the city of Tula

A device to fight against biological weapons was invented in the city of Tula. The device to destroy anthrax and other dangerous pathogenic organisms, invented by the company Experimental Design Bureau Automatic Machinery, was handed over to healthcare and agricultural organizations of the region to undergo testing.

This is a modernized variant of the appliances that were developed on the order from the Defense Ministry during the Afghan war. They were meant to protect our warriors from a wide range of infections such as anthrax, staphylococcus, intestines bacteria, hepatite, salmonella, ect. All of these microbes are destroyed with a solution containing a chloride-oxygen compound.

These devices are currently produced by a Moscow company, but the scientists from Tula intend to be competitors, having reduced the price from 30 thousand rubles for one device to 22 to 25 thousand. The tests will last for two months, and the decision to start production will be made according to their results.

AP photo: Doctors stand in front of empty bottles of anthrax vaccine in a Ministry of Agriculture laboratory in Kabul, Afghanistan

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