Press Release Summary:
Suitable for any application, Aerix(TM) with multiple speeds gives facility managers option of turning up for fast drying in settings such as sports centers, schools, or themeparks, or turning down for quiet operations such as museums or libraries. It can dry hands in as little as 10 sec, depending on model, and conforms to ADA anti-protrusion requirements. Units are available in several cover options including cast iron, white enamel-coated steel, or SS with satin finish.
Original Press Release:
Bradley Introduces First Adjustable Speed Hand Dryer
MENOMONEE FALLS, WIS., (Sept. 9, 2008) - The new Aerix (TM) hand dryer from Bradley is the first and only adjustable speed hand dryer available in the U.S. that suits any application. Multiple speeds give facility managers the option of turning up for fast drying in settings such as sports centers, schools or themeparks, or turning down for quiet operations like museums or libraries.
Aerix series hand dryers are a "green" solution because they use 80 percent less electricity than other popular hand dryers. What's more, hand dryers do not pose a pollution risk or contribute to deforestation like paper towels.
Whether a restroom has moderate or very high traffic, there is an Aerix warm-air hand dryer to fit the application. Depending on the model, the Aerix can dry hands in as little as 10 seconds - about three times faster than most hand dryers.
Several Aerix models conform to the ADA anti-protrusion requirement. The streamlined dryers are available in several cover options: cast iron, white enamel-coated steel or stainless steel with a satin finish. Hands-free operation or push-button operated models are offered.
Aerix hand dryers are easy to install, even during renovation because their mounting holes match those of most other common dryers. Universal voltage adjusts automatically, which saves on installation time. The vandal-resistant front cover of Aerix hand dryers opens with a special security wrench.
"As an innovation leader, we're constantly looking to improve the value of the Bradley line, says Jenny Smith, Associate Product Manager. "These new dryers perfectly illustrate Bradley's commitment to designing and manufacturing high-quality washroom accessories."
For more than 85 years, Bradley Corporation has designed and manufactured commercial washfountains, and today is the industry's comprehensive source for plumbing fixtures, washroom accessories, restroom partitions, emergency fixtures and solid plastic lockers. Headquartered in Wisconsin, Bradley serves the commercial, industrial, health care, recreation, education, and corrections markets worldwide.
For more information, contact Bradley, Telephone: (800) Bradley; Fax: (262) 251-5817; www.bradleycorp.com.