Dyson has three new commercial Airblade hand dryers that utilize high-velocity unheated air to dry hands, rather than the conventional evaporation method.
Most ingenous and groundbreaking is the Airblade Tap hand dryer, that integrates water and air in the one unit. The tap hand dryer’s infrared sensors detect hand position and release water. Once washing is finished, two high velocity sheets of unheated, clean air are released from the side branches.
Dyson Airblade mk2 hand dryer improves on this groundbreaking deisgn of a few years ago with lower noise and carbon emissions, and 1.1 kg lighter than its predecessor.
Dyson Airblade V hand dryer has two sheets of high velocity air angled at 115° to each other, the dryer is sixty percent smaller than the original.