What Are Eco Friendly Hand Dryers?

At Hand Dryers and More purchasing eco friendly hand dryers is now more affordable then ever. What makes a hand dryer eco friendly? The power consumption of the dryer or watts used. Most eco friendly hand dryers tend to cut out the heating element therefore reducing the wattage. The American Dryer EXT model is only 540 watts of power and cost 18 cents per 1000 dries. We offer the widest selection of LEED credit and Greenspec listed high speed dryers with the best prices guaranteed.

Leed Credit and Green Spec Eco Friendly Hand Dryers

LEED (Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design) In March 2000, the U.S. Green Building Council formally released the LEED Green Building Rating System. Today, hundreds of public and private building projects in the United States and abroad use LEED as the standard for green building specifications.
All hand dryers save trees and are a great source reduction alternative, but the Xlerator, American Dryer EXT7, Dyson Airblade and Mitsubishi Jet Towel also saves energy! EA (Energy & Atmosphere) Prerequisite 2 - Minimum Energy Performance EA Credit 1 - Optimize Energy Performance (now a mandatory credit for all LEED certified facilities)

Paper Towel Cost VS Eco Friendly Hand Dryers

Hand dryers are seen as being more economical for they use electricity in drying people’s hands in public toilets compared to having paper towels. Paper towel dispenser require frequent replacements, might be run off every now and then, requires extra expenses in terms of supplies of paper towels, disposals and manual checking of whether it have run out. But hand dryers solve all of this mess by the paper towel dispenser because it does not require checking, refilling or disposal. The only cost associated with hand dryers is the initial cost and minimal electricity cost. Save up to 90% of operating cost by switching to eco friendly hand dryers.


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