Mechanical Engineering Department increased oxygen production three fold to 36000 LPM Chief Engineer

  • | Tuesday | 25th May, 2021

Chief Engineer Mechanical Engineering Department Kashmir Rashid Ahmad Dar Tuesday said that the Mechanical Engineering Department had played a proactive role to make the quantity of oxygen sufficiently available to the hospitals associated with Government Medical College Srinagar and Directorate of Health Services Kashmir. During the second wave of COVID-19 Ixygen demand has increased due to the surge in positive cases the chief engineer said. He said that to increase oxygen production the Mechanical Engineering Department had added 21000 LPM of oxygen besides increased its oxygen capacity at SKIMS Soura and JVC Hospital by 3250 LPM. “As of now our capacity of oxygen production stands at 36000 LPM” the chief engineer said. Expressing satisfaction over the decrease in COVID-19 positive cases in Kashmir division he said that with the collaboration of the doctors medical staff and by the efforts of Mechanical Engineering Department Kashmir would be able to flatten the curve and it was expected that worse phase would be over soon.

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