Fast Dry Hand Dryer Stainless Steel

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This automatic hand dryer is one of the fastest and most eco-friendly in the marketplace. The stainless steel case is available in a brushed satin finish.

This dryer provides the ability to reduce or increase drying time by a simple external adjustment. Air speed output can be easily adjusted from 75 – 100 m/s while at the same time reducing the output noise.

This automatic hand dryer is one of the fastest and most eco-friendly in the marketplace. The stainless steel case is available in a brushed satin finish.

This dryer provides the ability to reduce or increase drying time by a simple external adjustment. Air speed output can be easily adjusted from 75 – 100 m/s while at the same time reducing the output noise.

Internally sited a simple switch allows the user to make the decision regards having heated or unheated air. The advantage to switching the heater element off is a further reduction in energy consumption. The power usage is adjustable from 1.6kW down to 440W; The element uses approx 450-900 watts and can also be turned off completely plus the motor (air speed) is adjustable with a maximum 700 watt output.

A blue guidance light generated from the bottom of the Fast Dry shows the user where their hands gain the optimum drying position. The front LED display shows the user when the dryer is active.

Product Features:

  • 10-12 seconds drying time
  • IP23 Rated
  • CE marked in accordance with all the relevant EEC Harmonised Documents
  • ECA Approved and ETL Listed
  • Blue LED for hand drying range
  • Adjustable power from 1.6kW down to 440W (motor only)
  • dB(A) @ 1m = 78 dB(A) @ 3m = 70.5
  • Dimensions: H = 277mm, W = 201mm, L = 175mm
  • Weight: 5.8kg
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