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Refine, Improve and Repeat: Dyson Hand Dryer - The Airblade V

In 1978, James Dyson became frustrated with his vacuum's performance. Through that frustration, he saw an opportunity for improvement and he took it. 5 years and 5,127 prototypes later James succeeded. He created the world's first bagless vacuum. 43 years later what began with a single vacuum is now a collection of award-winning products including hair tools, lighting, fans, and the award-winning Dyson hand dryer. The touch-free Airblade V hand dryer is sleek, compact and at only 4 inches deep it is ADA compliant. This machine has no drain tank. Instead, they opted for an all-in-one encapsulated design. Eliminating the opportunity for grime and bacteria to build up in cracks or crevices. The Airblade V is 30% quieter than its predecessor. That's thanks to its reprogrammed motor and redesigned internal aerodynamic package. The loudest sound you'll hear from this machine is the air coming out of it. Sound so quiet the Noise Abatement Society awarded it with the Quiet Mark.

Good For You, Better For The Environment

As you approach the Airblade V, its sensors activate. From there, the digital V4 motor draws up to 53 gallons of air per second through a HEPA filter. The air then travels through two layers of filtration. The first is a fine fleece layer that traps large bacteria and virus particles. The second is a fine weave of glass fibers bonded into a pleated sheet. This layer catches 99.97% of even the smallest particles of remaining bacteria. The result? Airblade technology that puts out 420 mph sheets of filtered, clean air that scrapes water away. Some assume that because this is a Dyson hand dryer that it must be expensive to operate. We're happy to debunk that myth. The Airblade V is 78% less expensive to run than its competitors and 98% less costly than paper towels. Seems too good to be true? It's not. Normal warm air dryers are slow, making them energy-hungry and costly over time. With an average dry time of 22-43 seconds, most abort drying and use their pants to finish the job. This is unhygienic as damp hands can transfer up to 1,000 more bacteria than dry ones. The dry time of the Airblade V? 12 seconds or less, making it energy efficient and meeting the NSF (National Sanitation Foundation) standard. This makes the Dyson hand dryer the only one on the market certified hygienic. Paper towels are hygienic but costly to both you and the environment. The cost of paper towels over 5 years is a whopping $10,328. The cost to run a Dyson hand dryer over 5 years is $1,273. That's a staggering difference. Paper towels also have a massive environmental impact. The entire process of making paper towels adds up: from transportation, high energy, and water consumption to the harsh chemicals used during the bleaching process. Hygiene doesn't need to come at the cost of the environment. This incomparable machine uses 85% less Co2 emissions than its competition, making it the only dryer on the market certified by the Carbon Trust. One-of-a-kind hands like yours deserve a one-of-a-kind clean. Do yourself a favor and keep your hands clean and the environment healthy with The Airblade V.

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  • Our installer was the best! He was courteous, knew what he was doing, took care to do it right and answered all of our questions. We had a great experience and wish we could have him every time!
    Lynne F. - Elgin, IL
    June 4, 2021
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