The Mediclinics Speedflow® Automatic Hand Dryer is a warm air hand dryer that is designed for maximum power and airflow and is suitable for use in high traffic facilities.
As well as being categorized within the eco-fat range of hand dryers, the Speedflow® has the added value of complying with the requirements of ADA/UNE for accessibility of public washrooms. This regulation requires that the depth of the dryer cannot exceed 100mm to facilitate access and movement of disabled persons about the washroom.
The advantages of the Speedflow® hand dryer:
Minimizes energy consumption: with a total power of 1150 W, it consumes an average of 3.83 W per drying cycle, which achieves an energy saving of more than 80% in comparison to traditional hand dryers (average consumption of 19-20 Watts/cycle). Under normal conditions, it is estimated that annually a traditional hand dryer emits an average of 500 Kg of CO2. The Speedflow line consumes an average of 247 Kg of CO2, which represents a 51% annual reduction in emission.
Manually adjustable high speed motor: that allows the noise and speed level to be controlled, which allows the hand dryer to adapt to any type of washroom environment.
Highly durable: compact units with anti-vandalism features.
Low noise pollution: with a noise level between 64 and 74 dB.
Fast drying time: air outlet speed between 90 and 180 Km/h, achieving a drying time between 10 and 12 seconds.
Automatic disconnect: maximum drying safety with automatic disconnect after 60 seconds of continued use.
Available in four finishes: White epoxy, Bright, Satin and Black epoxy.
Dimensions: 270mm (h) x 290mm (w) x 100mm (d)
Feature Value Brand Mediclinics Guarantee 2 Years Finish/Colour Satin Hand Dryer Range Speedflow Dimensions (L) x (W) x (H) 270 x 290 x 100 mm IP Rating IP23 Drying Time Under 10 Seconds Noise (dB) 64 dB Manufacturer Reference Number M06ACS
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