THIRU Ma. SUBRAMANIAN, Tamil Nadu Health Minister Applauds Saint-gobain India's Covid Relief Work; Dedicates to The State, Oxygen Generation Plant and India's First '3d Printed' Doffing Units Donated by Saint-Gobain

- The oxygen generation plant costs INR 2.5 Cr and supports 200 beds

- India's first ever 3D printed Doffing unit is built in a record time of 19 days in Tamil Nadu -

Thiru. Ma Subramanian, Hon'ble Health Minister of Tamil Nadu inaugurated Oxygen generation plant (to support 200 beds) and a 3D printed Doffing Unit at Omandurar Medical College and Hospital in Chennai, Tamil Nadu. He also virtually inaugurated the 3D printed doffing unit installed in Government Headquarters Hospital, Kanchipuram, and also virtually laid the foundation stone for the doffing unit coming up in Government Medical College and Hospital,Thiruvallur. These were donated by Saint-Gobain as part of its CoVid relief support. The Health Minister highly praised Saint-Gobain India for stepping up and complementing the efforts of the Government during these unprecedented testing times.

Saint-Gobain India's commitment to provide relief support in the state of Tamil Nadu:

Saint-Gobain India is committed to protecting the lives of local communities and healthcare workers, which is aligned to the organisation's purpose of 'Making the World A better home'. The Oxygen plant for Government Medical College Hospital, Omandurar Chennai will cater around 200 beds at a time. This fully automated, state of the art plant costing INR 2.5 Crs has been airlifted from France with the support of the French Government and the French embassy in India. The company is also donating another plant, sourced locally from India costing INR 75 lakhs for IRT Hospital at Perundurai, Erode district.