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Urban Pubs & Bars installs thermal sensor system

London group Urban Pubs & Bars is set to implement a thermal sensor system at its venues in preparation for their safe re-opening.

At two of its sites, the group is using Fevershields.com commercial virus protection solutions for checking temperatures of customers and staff prior to their entry into the premises.

Initially, Urban Pubs & Bars tested and installed a Fevershields.com Foresight device at the entrance of its Bat & Ball venue at Westfield, Stratford.

UK-based Fevershields.com focusses solely on protecting businesses from viruses such as coronavirus.

Staff at the site got training with regards to the usage of the non-contact sensor that is capable of accurately reading a person’s temperature to within +/- 0.2°C. Their temperature will be displayed on a digital gauge on the front of the device.

The most common symptom of the COVID-19 virus is a raised temperature of more than 37.8°C, which indicates that the subject is likely to be contagious.

The tripod or wall-mounted Fevershield camera makes an audible alert and flashes red hazard lights when a temperature over 37.6°C is detected and registers the temperature on the front display.