Dubai Based Indian Teen Discovered New Technology In Dubai Turn School Project Into Family Business – Indian teen discovered new technology in Dubai, this will enable heavy goods to be hung without piercing the wall

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World News, Amar Ujala, Dubai

Updated Sat, 24 Oct 2020 09:37 PM IST

Ishir Wadhwa
– Photo: James World Academy

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A 16-year-old Indian teenager living in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) has discovered a technique that allows heavy goods to be hung without piercing the wall. Now Kishore has decided to make this technique the basis of his family business. This information came from media reports on Saturday.

According to Khaleej Times news, Ishir Wadhwa, a Class 10 student at the James World Academy, is studying the International Baccalaureate course. Ishir saw the damage done to the walls by hitting the nail, then came to his mind the idea of ​​this innovative remedy.

Took help from brother
Ishir, a student of class X, said that in order to complete the project, he approached his elder brother Avik, who is studying engineering at the University of Puerto America, for guidance. The two brothers churned long to find an alternative to heavy-luggage hanging techniques without piercing the wall. After this the idea figured out and they solved the problem of hanging the two bars of steel and the magnet without the holes in the wall.

Technique Name Clapite
Ishir said that he has called this technique ‘Clapite’. He said that one strip of steel is affixed to the wall, which is named ‘Alpha Steel Tape’ and the other strip on which the material is hung is called ‘Beta’ Named ‘steel tape’. The magnet keeps the entire structure joined together.

Plan to launch the product in the market soon
Ishir’s father Sumesh Wadhwa is very happy with his son’s act. He said that with the help of this magnet we can hang our entire home theater without piercing the wall. Sumesh has now quit his job and has decided to launch the ‘Clapite’ product under the family business.

A 16-year-old Indian teenager living in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) has discovered a technique that allows heavy goods to be hung without piercing the wall. Now Kishore has decided to make this technique the basis of his family business. This information came from media reports on Saturday.

According to Khaleej Times news, Ishir Wadhwa, a Class 10 student at the James World Academy, is studying the International Baccalaureate course. Ishir saw the damage done to the walls by hitting the nail, after that the idea of ​​this innovative remedy came to his mind.

Took help from brother

Ishir, a student of class X, said that in order to complete the project, he approached his elder brother Avik, who is studying engineering at the University of Puerto America, for guidance. The two brothers churned long to find an alternative to heavy-luggage hanging techniques without piercing the wall. After this the idea figured out and they solved the problem of hanging the two bars of steel and the magnet without the holes in the wall.

Technique Name Clapite
Ishir said that he has called this technique ‘Clapite’. He said that one strip of steel is affixed to the wall, which is named ‘Alpha Steel Tape’ and the other strip on which the material is hung is called ‘Beta’ Named ‘steel tape’. The magnet keeps the entire structure joined together.

Plan to launch the product in the market soon
Ishir’s father Sumesh Wadhwa is very happy with his son’s act. He said that with the help of this magnet we can hang our entire home theater without piercing the wall. Sumesh has now quit his job and has decided to launch the ‘Clapite’ product under the family business.

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