Synchrotron Light Research Institute (SLRI), a public organization under supervision of Ministry of Higher Education, Science, Research and Innovation, is fully aware of the COVID-19 outbreak reported worldwide. SLRI engineers, therefore, applied preexisting bodies of knowledge, usually used in operating a synchrotron light source, in a field of engineering such as vacuum, power supply, control engineering, and magnetic technologies to design and build a negative pressure chamber for COVID-19 patient care. The chamber is created for Debaratana Nakhonratchasima Hospital located in Khok Kruat Sub-district, Muang District, Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand, to support medical service in controlling and preventing possible more infected cases of COVID-19 as well as to ensure health safety of medical personnel.

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         On 25 September 2020, Mr. Samrerng Duangnil, Deputy Director for Technical Supports, Mr. Denchay Bumrungkoh, Head, Mechanical System Development and Utilities Department, Dr. Prapong Klysubun, SPS-II Project Manager, Ms. Malee Attaphibarl, Administrative Manager of SPS-II Project, and SLRI colleagues represented SLRI in presenting the completely built chamber to Dr. Jirasak Wijakkhanalun, M.D., Director, on behalf of Debaratana Nakhonratchasima Hospital at the hospital with the very warm welcome of the hospital colleagues.

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