Paper towels cannot be recycled, they consume precious resources and use excessive landfill space. To make one ton of paper towels, 7000 gallons of water are polluted, 464 gallons of oil and 42 gallons of gasoline are burned. Since paper towels cannot be recycled, three yards of landfill waste are created. Wasting these vital resources is expensive.
American Dryer’s ExtremeAir hand dryer has the smallest carbon footprint of any method of hand drying – up to 86 less carbon emissions per 1,000 hand dryings than paper towels. American Dryer’s patented design is powerful and energy efficient, drying hands quickly with a small amount of electrical power. American Dryer, Inc. hand dryers not only feature energy efficiency, but also have a maintenance free design that keeps rest rooms clean without the need for daily maintenance associated with paper towels or trough style and dryers.
American Dryer used government data to calculate the carbon emissions of the ExtremeAir hand dryer and other methods of hand drying. While all of American Dryer’s hand dryers have low carbon emissions, the ExtremeAir hand dryer out performs all of its comparisons with the lowest CO2 emissions per 1,000 hand dryers. It’s reduced power consumption and fast drying time uses 80-90% less energy than conventional hand dryers. American Dryer’s newest model, EXT Series, is the first high speed hand dryer to reduce power consumption to an industry leading 540 watts of electricity. That’s up to 3 times less power than other “green” hand dryers. Due to its energy efficiency, American Dryer’s ExtremeAir hand dryer, saves you 95% of the costs of using paper towels.
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American Dryer, Inc. has been creating quality hand dryers since 1952. The Rabahy family acquired the company in 1985. Since the acquisition, American Dryer, Inc. has become one of the largest hand dryer manufacturers in the world. The company builds and tests all of its products in the USA to the highest quality and environmental standards.