Run by St. James’ Settlement, the Fotan centre is a centralized hardware care centre for gerontech equipment, ensuring optimal hygiene and safety of each and every piece of equipment. We take reference from Japan and also imported 10 types of facilities and machines for ensuring every rental equipment is under the whole process of cleaning, disinfection, quality check, maintenance, re-packaging. As well as the centralize storage and logistical arrangement, regular inspection and aftercare where the service entails.
－ Introduce equipment from Japan enhancing the efficiency of cleaning procedures
－ Effectively kill 99.8% of bacteria content by ozone disinfection
－ Use a wheel washing machine to effectively remove tire dirt automatically
－ Shorten drying time by using drying machine, reduce the chances rust and mildew
－ Employ disabled persons to promote social benefits
Providing assistive equipment cleaning and disinfection service to individuals, organizations and companies in Hong Kong, ensure that the equipment such as wheelchair, walking frame, shower chair etc. is thoroughly cleaned, disinfected, deodorized and dried safely and efficiently. Keep the equipment clean and dry to help prevent the spread of disease among equipment, and protect the health of users and their families.
*Offer special package for non-profit organization
For enquiries or booking, please call 3892 7000 or email to Service Details
For enquiries or booking, please call 3892 7000 or email to email@example.com
Equipment cleaning and disinfection service for group and orgainzations
The service centre is opened for visitation requests for the general public and relevant institutional practitioners, as a means to increase the awareness and confidence towards our scheme by exhibiting cleaning and maintenance facilities of available gerontech equipment.
We offer job opportunities to people with disabilities, alongside relevant training to prepare them with professional knowledge on handling gerontechnology equipment to boost their confidence through self-actualisation.