When comparing the Dyson Airblade vs. the Xlerator hand dryer, keep in mind, both are very solid brands. Call ProDryers at 888-50-DRYER so we can walk you through the differences and provide the best solution for your specific needs. All hand dryers are NOT created equal. Each has pros and cons. Some work better than others in specific situations. Some are noisier and some are quieter. Some hold up better under high traffic restrooms. Some are more stylish. There’s ADA compliance to consider where some hand dryers need to be recessed and some are ADA compliant as surface mount units.
We’ll summarize the Dyson Airblade vs. the Xlerator, but follow the link above to get an in-depth overview of the features each model provides. The Dyson Airblade has a variety of models. Some of the newest hand drying technology to hit the US has been engineered by Dyson. Consider the original Dyson Airblade AB04. The hands are placed inside the dryer and thin sheets if air strip away water in just 12 seconds. That technology has evolved a bit with the new Dyson Airblade MK2 AB06. The MK2 uses the new V4 motor designed by Dyson. This motor is quite amazing in itself as this really is the heart of the Airblade technology. Dyson has also introduced the Dyson Airblade V AB12, and the Dyson Airblade Tap AB09, AB10, and AB11 models. The Airblade V is a surface-mounted ADA compliant hand dryer that uses (2) HEPA filters. Hands are dried without the need to rub them together (which causes dead skin cells to surface and increases the spread of bacteria). In just 12 seconds, users are out of the restroom with completely dry hands. Dyson has remained consistent with designing hand dryers that dry hands fast without the need to rub them together while providing HEPA filtration to deliver 99.97% clean air onto the hands. The Airblade Tap allows users to dry hands in the sink as it operates as a faucet and a dryer. This technology may dramatically change the way we dry our hands in years to come.
The Excel Dryer Xlerator hand dryer is by far the most successful dryer in the US to date. Being American made, the warranty is second to none. In fact, ProDryers will guarantee the 5 year parts warranty for ProDryers customers. Simple fact: the Xlerator rarely breaks down and it will last 7-10 years. In over 5 years of selling them (on average 500 per month sold), we have had less than 10 need warranty repair. In the few cases, Excel Dryer handled the customers without hassle. It has already stood the test of time and is the proven industry standard. Quality speaks for itself. You cannot go wrong with the Xlerator and it starts out at just $400.00!
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