With Airblade™ hand drying technology in a faucet, you can dry your hands right at the sink! This beautiful and futuristic solution will leave a lasting impression with all who use it. And the practical aspects of the TAP make this a compelling investment for any business as well. Installing a Dyson Airblade TAP means significantly reduced operating expenses. No more cases of paper towels to buy and reduced janitorial costs (elimination of frequent service trips to the bathroom mopping up drips from wet hands across the floor and used paper towels thrown on the floor or clogging toilets).
And don’t forget the hygienic benefits of a HEPA filtration system. All Dyson Airblades have a 3 stage HEPA filter built in. A grill to capture larger debris, a fleece layer to capture fluff and fibers, and a pleated HEPA media to capture particles as small as 0.3 microns.
|High Voltage vs Low Voltage: This is probably the most common question asked about the Dyson Airblade hand dryer line. And while it might seem that high voltage would be more powerful (or low voltage would use less energy), in fact, both models use exactly the same amount of power (1000 Watts) and perform equally well. Dry times are identical.|
IMPORTANT: Pre-Installation Considerations
Due to it’s unique integration with your sink, there are some environmental requirements that you will want to review before purchasing your Dyson TAP to ensure a good experience. Please download Dyson’s TAP Pre-installation Information and TAP Compatible Sinks guides to confirm that a TAP will work for you.
ALSO: To control the temperature of the water coming from the tap, it is necessary to install a thermostatic “mixer” valve in-line before the water enters the tap supply line. This is not provided as part of the tap, but is widely available from any plumbing supply and can also be combined with a safety shut-off to prevent scalding in the case of cold water interruption.
LV (110-120V, 1000W, 9.56A@110V) | HV (208-240V, 1000W, 4.5A@220V)
Note: This dryer has an operational environment ceiling of 6,550 feet above sea level.