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The hand dryer industry is manufacturing new and improved hand dryers that you actually put your hands inside. Companies are updating and enhancing their hand dryers to better fit the needs of their customers. Manufacturers such as Dyson, Saniflow and Mitsubishi are in competition with their new and improved hand dryers. The Dyson Airblade, Saniflow Dualflow, and Mitsubishi Jet Towel are all new hand dryers that you put your hands inside. All three are similar as well as different at the same time.
The Dyson Airblade hand dryer wipes hands dry with a high-velocity sheet of air in just 12 seconds. It cleans the air before using it to dry hands and uses less energy than warm air hand dryers which in turn reduces your businesses costs. The Dyson Airblade comes with out a heating element and also has a anti-microbial coating to help keep clean hands clean. It is touch-less and contains a HEPA filter which eliminates 99.9% of bacteria from the air used to dry hands. It operates at 84db and has 2 cover options of die cast aluminum and abs that comes in either white or gray.
The Saniflow High Speed Hygienic Dualflow features a unique and innovative design that removes all of the water from your hands with a jet stream that literally blasts the water from your hands in between 10 to 15 seconds. Rather than evaporating the water by rubbing your hands, the Saniflow Dualflow utilizes 300 separate air ducts that forces water to dry at 130 mph. It operates at a lower noise level than the Dyson Airblade at a low 70db. Its cover option is ABS in either snow white, brushed satin, or chrome glossy.
Last but not least, the Mitsubishi Jet Towel has a quiet operation and features a unique water reservoir, keeping the areas around the Jet Towel clean, safe, and dry throughout the day. Its dry time is a low 10 to 12 seconds while containing motion sensors which automatically start the airflow and stop the airflow when hands are withdrawn. Like the Dyson Airblade and Saniflow Dualflow, the Mitsubishi Jet Towel is also touch-less and hygienic. The Mitsubishi Jet Towel has the quietest noise level out of the 3 hand dryers at a low 64 decibels and is highly durable. The Jet Towel is extremely durable. Several Jet Towel hand dryers from the first batch made by Mitsubishi are still running today in Japan. For many states in the US trying to go green, the Mitsubishi Jet Towel is an elite hand dryer. With all three of these hygienic hand dryers, water is not spilled onto the floor as it is drained through a tube and into a compartment at the bottom of the hand dryer. Maintenance is quite simple, and best of all, the restroom stays clean and hygienic while water mess and paper towel mess is eliminated.