Dryers and Infant Changing Tables
World Dryer, the global leading manufacturer of hand dryers, offers a full portfolio of fast, state-of-the-art hand dryers designed to fit the individual needs of any facility. For more than 60 years, our products have set the industry standard by integrating leading technology, convenient functionality and attractive design to give every user an unparalleled experience. Our high-speed hand dryers deliver a faster, more effective drying experience while reducing operational costs. Competitively priced, World Dryer's robust portfolio features intelligent on/off heating and 3-speed motor controls that optimize energy efficiency and user comfort. With this type of energy efficiency, the cost savings are signficant. Additionally, once installed, hand dryers require considerably less attention than paper towel dispensers do, which saves additional money on labor and maintenance.
Every World Dryer hand dryer delivers:
- A range of offerings to provide the "best fit" for all environments
- Up to 70% less energy consumption than competitive dryers
- Extensive global distribution network
- Service and technical support
World Dryer is the only manufacturer that offers you a full portfolio of fast, state-of-the-art dryers designed to fit the individual needs of any facility. No one has more choices in fast hand dryer options created specifically to adapt to your needs and requirements - guaranteed.
Hi-Speed Surface-Mounted ADA Compliant Hand Dryer
VERDEdri™ is a high speed, surface-mounted ADA compliant hand dryer featuring HEPA filtration system and antimicrobial technology. VERDEdri is extremely energy efficient utilizing only 950 watts of power. The adjustable two speed motor controls and global universal voltage features accommodate any commercial washroom environment.
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Intelligent High-Speed Energy Efficient Hand Dryers
SMARTdri™ Series high-speed hand dryers are the most energy efficient, durable, hygienic hand dryers on the market today. SMARTdri™s proprietary motor technology offers the longest service life of any high-speed hand dryer. The intelligent, flexible controls allow customizing of air flow, sound quality and heating options to fit any application.
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High-Speed Vertical Hand Dryers
VMax™ is a "hands-in" vertical style high speed hand dryer featuring a HEPA filter system, wider hand drying cavity opening and antimicrobial technology. Dedicated water collection reservoir eliminates water from collecting on the floor resulting in reduced maintenance. Polarized plug for easy installation eliminating the need to hard wire. Quiet operation is ideal for sound sensitive areas.
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Surface-Mounted ADA Compliant Hand Dryer
SLIMdri™ is the fastest and most energy efficient surface-mounted ADA compliant hand dryer. The SLIMdri hand dryer provides the best drying performance in its class, and is perfect for all commercial washrooms. The ON/OFF heating control, stylish low-profile design with flexible cover options, and universal voltage features fits any decor or washroom environment.
Hi-speed Energy-Efficient Hand Dryer
Airforce is an energy efficient, hygienic and fast automatic hand dryer. Airforce is manufactured with patented SteriTouch antimicrobial material reducing the buildup and spread of germs, mold and bacteria. Its modern sleek design complements any washroom decor.
American Dryer was the first to introduce the compact high speed hand dryer. Our eXtremeAir dries hands in 10-12 seconds, uses 80-90% less energy versus conventional hand dryers, and provides up to a 98% cost savings versus paper towels. Today we continue to innovate. Our current version of the eXtremeAir is the result of our ongoing commitment to building the very best hand dryer in the industry.
- Variable speed control adjusts airflow and sound level
- Universal voltage accepts 110-240 V input
- Fast performance dries hands in as little as 10 seconds
- Compact design optimizes space
Fairplex, located approximately 30 miles east of downtown Los Angeles, has been the home of the Los Angeles County Fair since 1922. With a footprint of nearly 500 acres, the venue includes the Sheraton Fairplex Hotel and Conference Center, The Millard Sheets Art Center, a KOA RV park, a grandstand and infield with seating for 10,000 people, the Finish Line Sports Grill, 12 acres of fairgrounds and parking for 30,000 vehicles. In addition to the month long Los Angeles County Fair, held annually in September, Fairplex is the site for approximately 500 entertainment, sports and showcase events every year.
Legacy Charter School is a public charter school located in Greenville, South Carolina. With two campuses that support grades K5 ™ 12, it is a school climate where caring, support and high expectations are the norm. Students are encouraged to focus on academic and physical fitness in preparation for a bright future. A recent renovation of several buildings on the campus caused Barry Bowen, the school™s director of operations, to take a hard look at how to best furnish the new restroom facilities from both a cost and hygiene perspective. Legacy Charter School used paper products prior to the renovations and found it was a lot of work managing the use of paper towels from both a cost and labor perspective. Bowen, also a certified healthcare safety professional, knew the importance of providing a clean environment conducive to learning. Finding a solution that eliminated the expense, waste and labor intensity associated with the use of paper in the restrooms was a priority. The school elected to investigate the idea of installing hand dryers for the renovated areas in lieu of paper towels.
Wheaton Academy is a college preparatory, inter-denominational Christian high school founded in 1853. The Academy enrolls approximately 650 students in grades 9-12. Characterized by high academic standards and a mature student culture, the school sits on a beautiful 50-acre college-style campus with five facilities, including the Fine Arts Center and Heritage Field House. Recently during show intermissions at the Fine Arts Center, the head of the school saw students and parents waiting in line in a restroom to use old, slow hand dryers. Some frustrated restroom users would give up and leave with dripping, wet hands. The Academy decided it was time to upgrade its restroom hand dryers in three of its five facilities. One of the challenges in upgrading the hand dryers in the Fine Arts Center was to balance the need for faster, more powerful hand dryers with the necessity to keep noise to a minimum so as not to disturb the Center™s events in the nearby auditorium. Another challenge the Academy faced was the hand dryers in the Field House had to be ADA compliant.
Last Update: 2019-02-01