IZONE HAND DRYER I303

 9,000

Features:

  • NAT-I303
  • Power Full Motor
  • Scrapes Away Water at 430mph
  • Voltage 220-240v
  • Sensor Control Function
  • Overheating Protection
  • Power Full Air Flow
  • Fast dry Function
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IZONE HAND DRYER I303

You see them in restrooms everywhere – whether it’s at a gas station, a restaurant, or the local gym. Hand dryers are universal in public washrooms and you know well enough. That they are used to dry your hands after you have washed them. But have you ever stopped to wonder how a IZONE HAND DRYER I303 actually works?

Most traditional hand dryers

Used to operate in a simple manner, pushing warm air out to evaporate water from wet hands. After pushing a button to activate the hand dryer. The user would stand next to the device while it was operating, being met by a loud blast of air and noise from the machine. The pressure of the air combined with its warmth would be enough to dry the users’ hands.

More about IZONE HAND DRYER 1303

But that’s the old school way of doing things! The loud, ineffective hand dryers in public restrooms of the past are a far cry from the diverse and advanced options available on the market today. Now, many high speed hand dryers utilize motion detectors and infrared technology to automatically turn on and off when someone’s hands are present. Some models of high speed dryers include an infrared light that bounces back onto a sophisticated sensor to activate the dryer’s operation completely touch-free. The sensor then triggers the hand dryer circuit by means of an electrical signal to draw power from the main supply line.

ADVANTAGES

Older hand dryer models use the motor to power the fan to blow air through a wider nozzle after it has passed over a heating element. This uses a lot of energy and leads to higher operating costs. New high speed dryers force air through a much narrower nozzle, relying more on force than heat to remove water droplets from users’ hands. As there is little to no energy required to provide heat with the modern hand dryers, costs are significantly lower while energy savings are pointedly higher.

Motor material
  • Power Full Motor
Functions
  • Fast dry Function
  • Sensor control Function
Protection
  • Overheat protector
Air flow
  • Powerful Air Flow