In 1991, Mitsubishi engineers set out to develop a solution to traditional hand dryers. With landfill area scarce in Japan, an effective hand dryer would significantly reduce waste produced from restrooms and help lessen the environmental impact of hand drying. R&D began testing new ideas for high speed hand drying, discovering that a minimum air speed of 134 is needed to blow water from hands. Further research examined nozzle design, angle of air stream, and aesthetic dryer design.
Special Features of Mitsubithi Hand Dryers
A drain tank safely contains water for easy cleaning at the end of the day. No water running down the walls or pooling on the floor.
Quick Drying Time
The Jet Towel® uses two 237 mph sheets of air to wipe water from hands in only 10 seconds.
The Jet Towel® operates at 61 dB (measured from two meters), the lowest of any high-speed dryer. Feedback from trials continually rates the Jet Towel® as the quietest dryer around.
The Jet Towel Slim requires only 1250 watts to dry hands quickly and the Mini uses only 890 watts. Both dryers heat air to a comfortable 95 degrees using less energy than comparable dryers to keep environmental impact at at minimum.
One paper towel dispenser used 200 times per day creates 1,800 pounds of paper towel waste each year. By removing those wasteful paper towels, the Jet Towel® keeps restrooms cleaner and lowers the carbon footprint of hand drying by 85%.
Easy to Use
The Jet Towel® is the only dryer with the trigger sensor at the bottom of the hand drying area and special sensors for children. Upper and lower sensors ensure that the air stream triggers after hands are fully inserted in the dryer, preventing blowback up the wrist, and special sensors for children make the Jet Towel® easy for everyone to use, regardless of age.
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