HEPA Hygiene Press Release
New Test Results Prove XLERATORs with HEPA Filtration System Remove 99.999 Percent of Viruses from the Airstream.
Hand Hygiene Infographic
According to the CDC and WHO, the best defense against the spread of germs and viruses is proper hand hygiene – thoroughly washing and completely drying hands. Click below to learn about how Excel Hand Dryers contribute to this hygienic hand drying solution.
Hand Washing 101
Handwashing is like a “do-it-yourself” vaccine—it involves five simple and effective steps (Wet, Lather, Scrub, Rinse, Dry) you can take to reduce the spread of diarrheal and respiratory illness so you can stay healthy.
Proper Handwashing & Hand Dryer Hygiene Unlock the Keys to Germ Control
Now more than ever, worldwide, people are discovering the true importance of handwashing — and the true cost of improper hand hygiene procedures.
Proper Hand Hygiene: No Greater Defense Against the Spread of Germs
With reports related to the current coronavirus (COVID-19) dominating the news, perhaps now, more than ever, we stand with restaurants, municipalities, airports and other everyday facilities nationwide…—
Blowing Away Myths About Hand Dryers and Germs
Hand dryers allow users to fully dry their hands with no hands-on manipulation needed in a few seconds. Simply wash hands thoroughly, hold under the nozzle for a few seconds, and move on with your day.
Don’t Be Fooled by ‘Fake News’ About Hand Dryers
Excel Dryer wishes to help set the record straight. Here are the top five reasons why healthcare facilities, restaurants and other health- and hygiene-conscious facilities around the globe rely on our high-speed, energy-efficient dryers to keep germs at bay.
In Another First, Excel Dryer Publishes Health Product Declarations
As concern for environmental sustainability continues to grow, buyers and specifiers want to select a hand dryer that addresses this issue while delivering on performance. Excel Dryer is the first in the industry to publish Health Product Declarations (HPDs) for three of our hand dryers.
Are Electric Hand Dryers a Hygienic Drying Solution?
Hands-under style dryers like the XLERATOR Hand Dryer, XLERATOReco Hand Dryer, or ThinAir Hand Dryer eliminate pooling water often associated with trough-style dryers and reduce the risk of hand dryer bacteria.
Seabury Senior Living
Hygiene is important in Senior living facilities and XLERATOR Hand Dryers are a hygienic solution thanks to the hands-free approach which prevents the spread of illness.
Longmeadow High School
“Our facility managers are thankful they’re not cleaning up a paper towel mess every night.”
Excel Dryer’s Hygiene Case Study
Excel Dryer, Inc. wants our distributors and end users to be confident in the safety and health benefits of warm air hand and hair dryers. It is important to us that you feel comfortable and assured that our products are both reliable and hygienic.
Hand Dryers: Clearing the Air
Excel Dryer’s product line utilizes touch-free technology. Automatic activation promotes hand hygiene by permitting hand drying without the risk of cross-contamination by touching push-buttons that others may have touched with soiled hands.
Hand Dryers Are Sanitary
Hand dryers are known to have hygienic benefits and be much more sanitary than other techniques of hand drying.
Hand Dryer Location Influences Hand Washing
Excel Dryer recommends installing hand dryers in close proximity to sinks to make them as accessible as possible and encourage hand washing.
A Mayo Clinic Study
This study conducted by a worldwide leader in medical care, research and education concluded there are “no statistically significant differences in the efficiency of four different hand-drying methods for removing bacteria from washed hands.”
A Laval University Study
This study demonstrated that bacteria can be isolated from unused paper towels and that they may be transferred to individuals after handwashing. This may have implications in some industrial and clinical settings as well as in individuals with compromised immune systems.
A Microchem Lab Study
The results of this study indicate that the method of drying does not significantly affect bacteria levels on hands.