Dyson offers a range of innovative hand dryers for railway stations.
Our engineers develop products for transport hubs and businesses using the latest technology to help improve the experience for visitors. Dyson hand dryers are designed to optimise space and improve hygiene in train station toilets. Our task lighting and air purifiers are aimed at enhancing comfort for visitors and employees.
Dyson’s Airblade Wash+Dry hand dryer is an advanced solution that combines a tap and hand dryer in a single touch-free unit. In as little as 14 seconds, the unit uses high-efficiency particulate air (HEPA) filtered air to dry hands.
The Airblade Wash+Dry has a complete multi-function design that allows train stations to save space in toilets and improve hygiene. Users do not have to move to a separate area to dry their hands, which avoids floors becoming wet.
In 2006, Dyson engineers developed an advanced hand dryer based on Airblade™ technology that was introduced in 2006. This was almost a century after paper towels were first used for hand drying in 1907. Electric hand dryers were later created in 1948 but both of these conventional hand drying methods can be expensive, unhygienic and harmful to the environment.
Airblade Wash+Dry hand dryers save up to 69% in costs. They also produce up to 74% less CO₂ than other hand dryers. Compared to paper towels, Dyson’s hand dryers cost up to 97% less to run and offer a 71% reduction in CO₂. If you would like to find out more about our internal calculations of average savings made by using Airblade Wash+Dry, fill out the enquiry form.
In 1907, paper towels were introduced to washrooms. The electric hand dryer made its first appearance in 1948. But both can be expensive...
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