The second wave of coronovirus epidemic has brought India into the most difficult phase. The country is gasping for life-saving oxygen. A major challenge for India is not only the production of oxygen, but also to transport it to various states – Delhi, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, others.
The second wave of coronovirus epidemic has brought India into the most difficult phase. The country is gasping for life-saving oxygen. A major challenge for India is not only the production of oxygen, but also to transport it to various states – Delhi, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, others. With this challenge New Delhi to deal with Operation ‘Oxygen Friendship’ across the country Oxygen The demand for the purchase of containers and oxygen cylinders has reached abroad to meet the growing demand of. Many countries have come forward expressing solidarity and expansion assistance, under the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) and Ministry of Defense (MoD), India has taken several initiatives to procure high capacity tankers / containers and oxygen gas cylinders. Many countries have come forward to help deal with the situation arising out of the Corona crisis in India.
Oxygen deficiency will be met by taking help from external countries
The Ministry of Home Affairs is currently coordinating with Singapore and UAE to lift high-capacity tankers from abroad by the Indian Air Force (IAF) transport aircraft. According to India Today TV news, the lack of containers is a problem in ensuring quick transportation of oxygen. Indian missions in the UAE and Singapore are in contact with the relevant authorities and manufacturers for the procurement of containers.
Companies working on large scale oxygen supply
According to the website He also said that on Tuesday, the Adani Group wrote a letter to M / S Linde, Dammam in Saudi Arabia, to buy oxygen cylinders. The Indian Mission in Riyadh knows about the request. Linde-Sigas is the leading manufacturer of all wholesale, industrial, medical and specialty gases in Saudi Arabia, with operations and sales outlets spread across major cities in the country.
Foreign oxygen will arrive in a week
The website states, “In addition to a reliable supply of gases of the highest standards of purity and quality, we provide solutions to make our business more fruitful. Through our company, Linde Engineering, we produce world-class gas processing plants Are also able to supply. Find out more about our engineering services. “
Foreign help for oxygen
In addition to oxygen tankers, which will be flown by Air Force transport planes from the United Arab Emirates and Singapore to augment oxygen supply, oxygen production plants will also be airlifted from Germany to treat Kovid-19 patients in Armed Forces Medical. The service will be used in hospitals. . Sources claimed that these oxygen-producing plants are expected to arrive in India within a week.
Each plant has the capacity to produce 40 liters of oxygen per minute and 2,400 liters an hour. At this rate, it can cater to 20–25 patients round the clock. The advantage of these plants is that they are easily portable. So far, 23 such plants are being imported into India.
Meanwhile, India’s partners are expanding the country’s help and support as the country is struggling with the Kovid-19 crisis. European Council President Charles Mitchell said The European Union will discuss the ongoing Kovid-19 situation in India in the upcoming meeting of EU-India leaders on 8 May. To this, Foreign Minister S Jaishankar responded by saying, “We appreciate the support given by the European Union on the challenges Kovid currently faces by India. The EU is confident that the EU will strengthen our capabilities at this critical juncture.” Will help. “
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