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currie123

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Hi guys, wondered if anyone could be so kind as to recommend a decent hand dryer suitable for domestic use?
Customer currently has 3 small ones fitted in his property but they are pretty useless, ie insufficient drying time making them pointless. Looking for something reasonably fast without breaking the bank?
Customer said budget around £250 for the 3 units,I am just unsure at this cost whether you can get a decent unit worth fitting.
Thanks
 
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currie123

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Nisbets catering equipment? All products profess to be 'fast' and 'powerful' , someone must have a recommendation!?
 
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currie123

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That's true, can't see me getting much work off him if I come out with that tho!
 

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Hi guys, wondered if anyone could be so kind as to recommend a decent hand dryer suitable for domestic use?
Customer currently has 3 small ones fitted in his property but they are pretty useless, ie insufficient drying time making them pointless. Looking for something reasonably fast without breaking the bank?
Customer said budget around £250 for the 3 units,I am just unsure at this cost whether you can get a decent unit worth fitting.
Thanks
Insufficient drying time? Most can be adjusted easily.
 
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Dyson blade is top notch but costly
 

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alll a waste of space. byt the time you've got your hands dry, you need another pi$$.
 
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Your client needs to look a cost savings not just cost of purchase, we install a large amount in food factory toilets & changing areas, dyson airblade/airflow and other high efficiency dryers, paying back on energy useage in a short time.
rather than looking at a low budget dryer maybe they should stick to paper towels?

a good quality hand dryer will last 5yrs plus and payback will be in under 12months in certain areas depending on useage and high end dryers will dry hands completely rather than people drying hands then wiping them on clothes to dry them correctly.
just my opinion
Darren
 
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currie123

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Fair comments thank you. It's just a domestic scenario where in all honesty the hand driers aren't really required so heavy commercial fast drying units not appropriate, il keep looking, will try airflow and acel as suggested
 
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currie123

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Thanks that looks like a good one fairly priced for a 20 sec drying time if it's true to its spec
 

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