Countries around the world are fully focusing on discovering startups to create new industries that will lead to future economic growth. Innovative ideas and new technologies in Industry 4.0 and biotechnology are born every day, and with the development of information and communication, they are commercialized in markets all over the world the next day.
Accordingly, the Center for Creative Economy Innovation in Korea, Chungbuk (Chungbuk CCEI) announced, “We will contribute to the creation of quality jobs by responding to the exponential changes occurring inside and outside and fostering promising startups with global competitiveness.”
3D Pia (CEO Jeong Jun-young), one of the companies fostered by Chungbuk CCEI, has developed a disposable safety syringe, and it has created a new product by using the material applied to the syringe, It has launched a one-touch portable bio-sanitary toilet cover OLIVA especially for infants, toddlers, and women. It solves the problems that arise from using public toilets such as unsanitary environments, contacting harmful bacteria in the toilet by skin, and inconvenience of use.
By using the syringe making materials antibacterial PP and medical silicone and eco-friendly TPE, and non-bonding manufacturing process, it has blocked the discharge of harmful substances at the source. Moreover, this product has an ergonomic design that can be used by children and women. On top of this, it boasts easy usage and portable with a one-touch portable function, and it comes with its own storage pouch.
It blocks the contact of harmful bacteria in the restroom and prevents the spread of harmful bacteria outside by storing a double antibacterial zipper bag. This is a part of a remarkable improvement in the storage method that was a problem in previous products. It obtained KCL’s antibacterial test and KC certification.
CEO Jung of 3D Pia said, “Due to the nature of the genital structure of women and the vulnerability of infants and toddlers, they are prone to the harmful bacteria from the toilet, and this may lead to various diseases, requiring extreme care. Like how we are protecting ourselves from COVID-19 this year, blocking and preventing germs that can spread through toilets and urine is also the way to stay healthy.”
He then continued, “In the future, we will focus more on environmental issues in toilets and grow into a company that solves social problems by upgrading related products and developing and launching new products. With this, we will show our ambition to grow into a specialist by focusing on the development of syringe-related medical systems and mask disposal machines.”
3D Pia has launched its products first through overseas trade shows and exhibitions, and it has exhibited buyer negotiations and export achievements while promoting product excellence. It was launched in Korea in March, and the price of the one-touch portable bio sanitary toilet cover OLIVA is 26,000 won. For more information, check the company website.