- Surface-mounted hand dryer to be hard-wired into the wall
- One-piece brushed stainless steel cover for protection against rust, wear, and damage
- High-velocity air stream and contoured nozzle dry hands in 10-15 seconds, three times faster than conventional hand dryers
- Automatic infrared optical start/stop sensor runs dryer for 35 seconds or until hands are removed from under the sensor for energy efficiency
- Meets GreenSpec standards and earns Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) credits for saving energy and reducing waste
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XLERATOR XL-SB Automatic Surface-Mounted Hand Dryer with Brushed Stainless Steel Cover, 12-11/16" Height x 11-3/4" Width x 6-11/16" Depth
|Price:||$600.00 - $799.99|
|Color||Brushed Stainless Steel|
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The XLERATOR XL-SB automatic hand dryer has a one-piece brushed stainless steel cover, and uses a high-velocity air stream and contoured nozzle to dry hands in an average of 10-15 seconds. An automatic infrared optical start/stop sensor allows the dryer to run for 35 seconds or until hands are removed from under the sensor. This surface-mounted, hard-wired hand dryer meets several GreenSpec standards, is certified by Greener Product LLC, endorsed by the Green Restaurant Association, and earns Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) credits with the Green Building Certification Institute. It has a five-year warranty covering factory performed labor and repair or exchange of defective parts (at the manufacturer’s option). The hand dryer measures 12-11/16 x 11-3/4 x 6-11/16 inches (H x W x D). (H is height, the vertical distance from lowest to highest point; W is width, the horizontal distance from left to right; D is depth, the horizontal distance from front to back.)
Hand dryers use high-velocity air streams to remove water from hands. They are an alternative to cloth or paper towels, and are often used in public facilities.
Excel Dryer, Inc. manufactures hand and hair dryers for use in commercial facilities. The company is headquartered in East Longmeadow, MA.
Top Customer Reviews
The previous hand dryer took so long that even with the paper towel dispenser removed, people moved towels from the kitchen to the bathroom. With this dryer, that behavior has stopped.
This dryer does have a high power demand so we installed a new circuit and 20-amp breaker just for it. I believe a 20-amp circuit is required for this device, and I would recommend consulting an electrician before purchasing to see what electrical upgrades might be required.
On a 15-amp breaker, this dryer will use 83% of the max load. It is standard that total permanent devices cannot exceed 80% of the rated load of the breaker meaning a 15-amp may not meet code.
On a 20-amp breaker, this hand dryer is using 62.5% of the max loading leaving ~420-watts for light fixtures (A 2'x4' 4-bulb fluorescent is around 180 watts).
One of our electrician performed the physical installation so I cannot comment on that difficulty. There is a small screw on the side of the machine, but under the cover, that adjusts the sensitivity of the sensor. We set it around ¾ to the max sensitivity. At this setting the dryer will run when your hands are around 10 inches under the sensor.
The build quality also looks very good. The cover fits on nicely and it mounts solidly to the wall. I can see it lasting for many years. The cover also did not have any flaws or scratches in the stainless cover. It does have a sticker on it by the nozzle that says "Feel the Power".Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Tho it does get the job done but at the expense of your hearing, not worth it!Published 7 months ago by Rownald Nungaray
Bought 3 from Amazon.com, received very positive respond from users.Published 9 months ago by Purchaser L
Excellent hand dryer, but not cheap. Stainless steel case is indestructible. Very loud but gets the job done.Published 11 months ago by Jody M.