Self-Cleaning ‘Cyclean’ Handle Could Drastically Reduce the Ick Factor of Public Trains and Buses

March 17, 2014 by  
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Throngs of people use public transportation every day in urban centers, and touching the handles or straps on buses and trains can expose you to a myriad of germs. To combat this problem, a group of young designers has invented a bus/train handle that can disinfect itself. Cyclean , which recently won a 2014 Red Dot Design Award , reinvents the typical handle with a built-in cleaning function, putting the power of clean back into the public’s hands. Read the rest of Self-Cleaning ‘Cyclean’ Handle Could Drastically Reduce the Ick Factor of Public Trains and Buses Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: bus handles , Cyclean , design for public health , germ transfer , public transportation , Red Dot Design Awards , self-cleaning handle , self-cleaning technology , train handles        

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