- The Dankotuwa Steam Inhaler was donated to the Ministry of Health, IDH, Neville Fernando Hospital, Homagama Hospital, Kotalawela Defense Hospital and Sri Lanka Navy
- Dankotuwa Steam Inhalers can also be used at home and is considered very useful in prevention of multiple throat and respiratory tract related infections
Dankotuwa Porcelain PLC, renowned for its luxurious and elegant porcelain tableware donated some units of their all new steam inhalers to the Healthcare Sector in Sri Lanka. Designed and advised by Dr. Charith Nanayakkara, lecturer attached to the Department of Surgery, General Sir John Kotelawala Defense University and who specializes in Neurosurgery, this modified steam inhaler is ideal for individuals affected by any respiratory tract infections. Dankotuwa Porcelain donated these inhalers to the Ministry of Health, Infectious Disease Hospital (IDH), Neville Fernando Hospital, Homagama Hospital, Kotalawela Defense Hospital and the Sri Lanka Navy in addition to the quarantine centers in Sri Lanka. The product has been widely accepted by the health care sector and is currently been utilized to provide relief for patients affected by respiratory tract infections including the Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19 ).
Dankotuwa Porcelain PLC, a subsidiary of Ambeon Holdings PLC commenced its commercial operations in 1984. From superior glazing technologies, personalized designs and endless options, the company continues to create timeless and modern collection of porcelain-ware that expresses exclusive dining experience for every occasion. Another important feature of Dankotuwa Porcelain tableware is the fact that it is safe for all aspects of dining, as the raw materials used for white products are Lead (Pb) and Cadmium (Cd) safe and does not contain bone ash. The company has the unparalleled distinction of being the first tableware manufacturer in Sri Lanka to obtain the relevant ISO certification, thus maintaining high quality standards where products can be used in a microwave or a dishwasher.