It’s quite amazing to witness the evolving of technology. We’ve seen it over the years with many devices from TV’s, phones, computers, cars, and even hand dryers. I remember when I was a kid; my parents had cable TV for the first time. It had about 18 stations in total and the huge bubble-like tube TV displayed much less than high definition resolution. I played with the Atari game system, and then Intelivision, Colecovision, Sega, and Nintendo were soon born. My family experienced our first microwave. The cordless phone was invented, and then followed by the pager, and a gigantic cell phone that cost many dollars per minute. Windows 3.1 was the latest and greatest in operating systems and then it seems like overnight the internet was born and I sent my very first email and used the dial up modem with AOL. Today it seems like light years have passed by with technology even though 20 years ago feels like yesterday.
With the evolution of technology, hand dryers have also made leaps in design, performance and durability. The World Dryer A-series push-button hand dryer was a leader in the industry 15 plus years ago. You’d find them in schools, rest areas, McDonald’s restaurants and so much more. You’ll still see these machines from time to time as it really was built tough. However, an example of how a company has changed the concept of a hand dryer can be analyzed with Dyson. The first of the Dyson hand dryers has proven to be a major success. The Dyson Airblade AB04 hand dryer was designed to utilize air knife technology, (an industrial technology often used to strip liquids from solids) to dry hands at 400 MPH drying both sides of hands (completely) simultaneously in 12 seconds while providing HEPA filtered air that eliminates 99.97% of all bacteria before the air is blown onto the hands making the Dyson Airblade the most hygienic hand dryer of its time.
After years of success and heavy testing, the new Dyson v4 digital motor was born and new units such as the Dyson Airblade V AB12, and the Dyson Airblade Tap AB09, AB10, and AB11 were born. The development of the Dyson digital V4 motor – one of the world’s smallest 1400W motors, has enabled Dyson engineers to build a hand dryer that protrudes just four inches from the wall (ADA compliant) while still drying hands in just 12 seconds. Other hand dryers have been designed at 4 inches from the wall, but they lack in power and speed where the Airblade V remains as fast, effective 12 second dry time. Dyson has remained true to one of many design features, allowing users to dry hands in the most hygienic method. All Dyson Airblade hand dryers utilize HEPA filtration; the Airblade V is equipped with two HEPA filters. Users never have to rub hands together; studies prove the process of rubbing hands together brings dead skin cells to the surface, which promotes the spreading of bacteria. Studies also suggest that damp hands are 1,000 times more responsible for spreading bacteria compared to dry hands. All Dyson Airblade hand dryers dry hands completely in 12 seconds.
The Dyson Airblade Tap could be the most innovative commercial restroom product created to date. One of the largest issues with restrooms is wet floors. The Dyson Airblade Tap completely solves this issue as the user can wash and dry hands from the same device right at the sink. The amazing Dyson v4 digital motor allows for dry hands in just 14 seconds, plus it still uses HEPA filtration to eliminate 99.97% of all bacteria in the air before it’s blown onto the hands. Most other hand drying methods are expensive to run. Paper towels need restocking and disposal. Most other hand dryers are slow, and many use a heating element, so they’re energy-hungry. The Dyson Airblade Tap hand dryer costs up to 69% less to run per year than other hand dryers, and up to 97% less than paper towels. And of course, there are no separate taps to buy.
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