Blogs - Hand Dryers

Why Hand Dryers?

As Rapatek we are committed to helping facilities around the world save time, money and the environment by using Jet Pro Plus hand dryers made in Turkiye. Based on the feedback we received from our customers, we collected data and references about our hand dryers. Both large and small businesses and facilities have experienced using hand dryers. As a result of the examinations, it was seen that hand dryers increased customer satisfaction while reducing labor, maintenance, waste and energy. Most businesses and facilities that use our hand dryers have seen significant cost savings, reduced carbon footprint and improved sanitary toilet experience. Customers also found the product suitable for disabled toilets due to its compactness and radius.

To summarize briefly:

  • With the Hepa Filter option requested especially during the Covid process, it provides 99.999% removal of viruses from the air stream.
  • Eliminates dirty paper on the floor and on the counter.
  • 95% cost savings compared to paper towels; eliminates labor, maintenance and waste.
  • Since only ambient air is used, it reduces the carbon footprint and enables you to achieve your sustainability goals.
  • It saves energy; unlike old generation hand dryers, it dries your hands in 10-15 seconds.
Cost Savings and Maintenance:
  • Thanks to the jet engine, it dries your hands in a short time with less energy and reduces electricity costs.
  • Monthly expenditure for a medium-sized facility for the supply of paper towels varies between $350 to $500. 250-500 USD is paid for maintenance, depending on the sewer blockage. Often the cause is paper towels thrown in the toilet. It provides a reduction in the use of paper, one of the priority expense items of the facilities, maintenance and consumables.
  • It saves energy; unlike old generation hand dryers, it dries your hands in 10-15 seconds.
Our Awareness Label

High speed energy efficient hand dryers are now being used instead of paper towels.

One ton of paper consumes 17 trees, three cubic yards of landfill space, and pollutes 20,000 gallons of water.

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