The Efficiency of Modern Hand Dryers Will Blow You Away!

We often don’t put much thought into the continual updates that engineers apply to everyday products. Yet, the individuals responsible for making these products more energy efficient has had a large impact on reducing our impact on the environment and its resources. One such technology is something we’ve all used hundreds of times since our childhood… The electric hand dryer. 



Invented in 1948 by George Clemens, this device aims to eliminate paper towel waste from restrooms and landfills while simultaneously reducing the number of trees that need to be cut down in order to be turned into paper products. Early hand dryers were tremendously inefficient as they took a long time to dry ones hands. It took so long, in fact, that many people continued to use paper towels instead! 


This problem does not exist with modern designs. Most feature high powered jets that dry hands in much less time - and with a lot less energy - than older designs. This is due to the fact that most newer designs make do without heating elements; the sheer velocity of the air, often in excess of 300 mph handles all the drying responsibilities.


When a business owner decides to utilize equipment such as modern hand dryers it means that individual has made a commitment to help protect the environment and its precious resources. Going one step further by hiring eco friendly cleaning services such as those offered by Eagle Building Maintenance and Janitorial Services (Eagle BMJ), means that individual knows they only want to work with one of the best janitorial services companies in NJ


Making the decision about who cleans your business doesn’t have to be difficult, and we’ll gladly prove it to you. Contact Eagle BMJ today at (888) 730-1123 to arrange for a FREE, no obligation, on-site consultation.


Allow us to show you how we can help your facility be cleaner, greener, and more productive by doing what we do best so you can do what you do best!

Posted: 5/23/2016 10:24:35 AM by Eagle BMJ | with 0 comments
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