Pope John Paul II State School of Higher Education in Biała Podlaska is looking for a business partner to cooperate in the implementation and use of the Pulveriser of Negatively Ionised Salt Particles.
The pulveriser of negatively ionised salt particles is a device that converts food ionised salt into negatively ionised salt particles with high iodine content. Due to negative ionisation, these particles more easily settle on the walls of the human lungs, which enables the person to absorb a greater amount of iodine in a shorter period of time. The pulveriser may become part of the equipment of salt chambers or caves. It may also be an autonomous device which provides negatively ionised salt particles in the rooms where it is required due to the prevailing air conditions or the users’ preferences.
This device was constructed by the scholars at Pope John Paul II State School of Higher Education in Biała Podlaska under the “Innovation Incubator +” project.