2021-09-14

Xiamen builds “Falcon” shelter nucleic acid laboratory to help fight the epidemic

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Xiamen builds “Falcon” shelter nucleic acid laboratory to help fight the epidemic

China Railway 20 Workers of the Second Bureau and the Third Company installed the “Falcon” shelter nucleic acid laboratory in Xiamen. Photo by Wang Yingwei

Xiamen builds “Falcon” shelter nucleic acid laboratory to help fight the epidemic(1)

Workers of the Third Company of China Railway 22nd Bureau installed the “Falcon” shelter nucleic acid laboratory in Xiamen. Photo by Wang Yingwei

Xiamen builds “Falcon” shelter nucleic acid laboratory to help fight the epidemic(2)

The fast-installed hard air membrane nucleic acid laboratory is divided into seven groups, each of which consists of 3 air capsules. Photo by Wang Yingwei

Xiamen builds “Falcon” shelter nucleic acid laboratory to help fight the epidemic(3)

Workers of the Third Company of China Railway 22nd Bureau installed the “Falcon” shelter nucleic acid laboratory in Xiamen. Photo by Wang Yingwei

Xiamen builds “Falcon” shelter nucleic acid laboratory to help fight the epidemic(4)

Seven sets of “Falcon” shelter nucleic acid laboratory arrived in Xiamen. Photo by Wang Yingwei

Xiamen builds “Falcon” shelter nucleic acid laboratory to help fight the epidemic(5)

A group of gas film laboratories have been set up and will be put into use tomorrow. Photograph by Wang Yingwei

On September 14, 7 sets of “Falcon” shelter nucleic acid laboratory arrived in Xiamen, and more than 20 workers from China Railway 22nd Bureau and Third Company accelerated their installation in Xiamen International Convention and Exhibition Center. Set up to help solve the nucleic acid testing needs of all employees in Xiamen. The fast-installation hard air nucleic acid laboratory is divided into seven groups, each group is composed of 3 air film chambers, which are reagent preparation area, sample processing area, and amplification area. Each group has more than 30 testing equipment. At present, a group of gas film laboratories have been set up and will be put into use tomorrow. The laboratories will rely on testing personnel and automated equipment to achieve 24-hour uninterrupted operation, with a daily testing capacity of 30,000 tubes.