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November 3rd, 2007

Loo luxury on display at toilet summit

Abstract:
"We have painted the interiors of our toilet units with nanoparticle anti-bacterial coating which resists germs. There is also a fan provided inside the unit which pushes the air into a pipe that opens on the top of the unit. The pressure inside the toilet becomes higher than the pressure in the nostrils and so the stink does not reach the nose. It costs Rs 60,000 per unit," said a beaming Madhu Thakar, a food equipment manufacturer, who developed this design by experimenting with his "eighth class physics."

Source:
timesofindia.indiatimes.com

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