Bobrick QuietDry Automatic Hand Dryer - Chrome Cover - 208-240V AC, 5.5-6.3 Amp, 50/60 Hz, 1380 Watts
- Infrared, no-touch
- Bobrick's QuietDry series has been given a stunning new redesign
- Designed to complement any washroom environment
- The perfect hand dryer to meet the demands of high traffic environments
- Noise level is 72 dBA
- Dry time: 17 seconds
Features and Benefits
Life expectancy, increased speed, reduced noise and power consumption... our customers can expect these attributes of our hand dryers but they must also fit with the style, space and user requirements of the washroom.
Factors to consider can vary from sector to sector.
For instance, high end hotels or prestigious offices will want to enhance the visitor experience, while for hospitals and educational facilities, durable equipment is key. Suitability for the end user needs to be carefully considered by architects, designers and facilities managers when planning and designing washroom facilities.
With its fast drying time of less than 15 seconds, the Bobrick QuietDry is perfect for high traffic areas. Servicing the product is quick and easy - it can take as little as three minutes to complete the job.
Our hand dryers are ideal for heavy traffic environments because they eliminate the mess and waste that can be caused by soiled paper towels. They offer a hygienic alternative to paper and roller towels because there is no risk of cross-infection from soiled towels.
High performance hand dryers no longer have to be noisy. The World Health Organization highlights that excessive noise can cause stress and be harmful to our health. Many children find noisy appliances frightening, something that can be particularly acute for children with autistic spectrum disorders. Bobrick's commitment to noise reduction in its hand dryer development has raised the bar in the manufacture of quieter, high speed hand dryers. All our dryers keep noise levels to a minimum and we are proud that our QuietDry was the first fast-dry model to be awarded the UK Noise Abatement Society's Quiet Mark.
When choosing hand dryers, companies should compare their cost performance against a number of criteria including power consumption, ease of servicing and life expectancy. Not surprisingly, the longer a dryer's life, the lower the cost per dry, and the better the return on investment.
On-going cost calculations should be built in at the design stage as maintenance costs can be high. For example, hand dryers are a perfect solution for school settings where paper towels can be strewn across washroom floors or even thrown into toilets, resulting in blockages and expensive repairs. Supplies of paper towels also need to be constantly replenished an expense that is eliminated when hand dryers are installed.
Organizations should also investigate whether they can benefit from any financial rewards from investing in sustainable equipment. Bobrick's QuietDry may qualify for tax incentives
Cover - Aluminum die-casting with white high-gloss epoxy finish electrostatically applied (B-770) or chrome finish (B-778). Air-inlet opening is equipped with vandal-resistant grill. Cover is secured to mounting base with two concealed, recessed hexscrews.
Air-Inlet Grill - One-piece vandal resistant aluminium die-casting, with black high gloss epoxy finish electrostatically applied.
Mounting Base - Equipped with four 0.236" (6mm) diameter mounting holes and one 7/8" (22mm) diameter hole suitable for between-wall wiring.
Motor/Fan - Thermally-protected, Universal, 1/10 hp, 7000 rpm motor construction with shielded ball-bearings. Single-inlet forward-curve impeller, providing air volume of 112m3/Hr (66 cfm); air velocity of 46 m/s (9000 lfm).
Heating Element - Coiled Nichrome heating element mounted on a mica frame, protected by integral automatic thermal overload device. To heat air without hot spots and remain inaccessible to vandals.
Electronic Control - Infrared sensor automatically turns dryer on when hands are held under air-outlet opening and across path of sensor. Remove hands from path of sensor and dryer stops. Electronic sensor has automatic shutoff approximately 1-1/2 minutes after dryer turns on if an inanimate object is placed across air-outlet opening. After inanimate object is removed, electronic sensor automatically resets itself and dryer operates normally.