Bobrick targets washroom running costs

Bobrick's InstaDry high-speed hand dryer is designed for quick results in busy spaces - and with energy consumption at just 200 watts, operating costs are low too

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Bobrick's B-7125 InstaDry hand dryer has a dry time of less than 12 seconds.
Bobrick's B-7125 InstaDry hand dryer has a dry time of less than 12 seconds.

As the demand for hand dryers with ever faster dry times continues and high-speed dryers become a common feature of high-traffic washrooms, so their energy use and operating costs become an increasingly important consideration.

Bobrick's new B-7125 InstaDry is the industry’s lowest wattage jet hand dryer. It is a surface-mounted, high-speed model that offers quick drying and exceptional energy savings without the operating costs associated with equivalent units. 

Functioning at just 200 watts, the InstaDry is ideal for high-traffic facilities, such as airports and other transportation hubs, stadiums, restaurants and retail spaces. The unit has a life expectancy of nearly 10 years in some facilities, with annual operating costs up to 80 per cent lower than that of other leading dryer brands.

For more information and technical support, visit: bobrick.co.uk

 

Contact:

020 8366 1771

info@bobrick.co.uk


 

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