World Dryer Corporation

World Dryer Corporation

Global hand dryer manufacturer

5700 McDermott Drive
Berkeley , IL 60163 USA
800-323-0701 www.worlddryer.com
dstorto@worlddryer.com
Contact: Customer Services

High-speed, energy-efficient hand dryers

World Dryer has designed high-speed hand dryers that use 88 percent less energy than traditional hand dryers and reduce energy consumption even further with fast dry times. Current models provide on-off heating controls, so if heat is not required, the hand dryer is even more energy efficient. Over its lifetime, a high-speed hand dryer produces three tons less CO2 than the production of the paper towels it replaces—saving the resources required to make paper.

99% cost savings vs. paper towels

When high-speed hand dryers replace paper towels in the restroom, you eliminate the cost of purchasing, inventorying and restocking towels—adding up to significant savings on time and energy. High-speed hand dryers, and can pay for themselves in just 6 to 18 months while delivering energy-efficiency in a number of ways. For example, today’s new generation of hand dryers dry hands in just 10 to 12 seconds—up to three times faster than traditional models.

Long-term economic and environmental savings

A sustainable approach for a facility’s restroom can reduce labor and maintenance costs in one year. One large convention center has saved $50,000 a year by switching to high-speed hand dryers. Additionally, creating sustainable improvements by eliminating paper products can help meet LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) requirements for facilities. High-speed energy efficient hand dryers reduce energy consumption. Lower energy consumption means a reduced environmental impact long-term.

Reduces waste

It takes 7,000 gallons of water and 158 million BTUs of energy to produce one ton of recycled paper, which adds 60 pounds of pollutant into the air. By switching to high-speed energy efficient hand dryers, facilities with consistent traffic in the restroom can reduce waste by up to 90 percent. While it is possible to make paper towels from recycled paper, they are rarely recycled, creating millions of cubic feet of waste in landfills.

Eliminating germ-filled waste on the floors