We are renowned for making some of the most reliable and energy-efficient hotel hand dryers on the market and are a trusted supplier to some of the busiest hotels, airports, service stations and fast-food restaurants in the world.
Our models’ steadfast reliability stems from the hard work of our engineers in creating a range of robustly designed hotel hand dryers, with long lifespans, low energy consumption and low sound.
SteraSpace air & surface sanitisers utilise best-in-class infection control technology that is proven to eliminate a wide range of harmful micro-organisms, leaving behind fresh, clean and purified air.
Setting the bar for hotel hand dryer efficiency, our ECO range includes the Quantum hand dryer, which, costing just £7 per year to run, is the most energy efficient hand dryer available worldwide.
The ECO range features three hotel hand dryer models that all run on less than 1,000 watts, the industry standard for a dryer to be considered ‘green’, meaning not only lower running costs, but a drastic reduction in energy consumption.
Exceptional energy efficiency
Our custom motors help achieve best in class energy efficiency – running from just 200 watts.
Very low running costs
Based on standard UK electricity rates our Quantum dryer will cost just £7 per year to run (compared to £157 for the average electric hotel hand dryer).
Save hundreds of kilograms of paper towels going to landfill by choosing electric hand dryers.
Our hotel hand dryers have a reputation for reliability. Our Quantum was tested to 10,000 hours.
Whilst you can purchase paper towels that are made from recycled materials, the paper towel itself cannot be recycled because of potential contamination risks and as such, must be sent to landfill, usually in plastic bags.
With each paper towel weighing 2 grams – it does not take long for even a small washroom to generate a vast amount of paper towel waste.
In a single washroom with two paper towel dispensers, a total of 320kg of paper towel waste will be sent to landfill each year.
Assuming each paper towel costs 1p each – the cost to keep this washroom fully stocked per year is £2,190.
Choosing electric hotel hand dryers is a simple way to make serious steps towards achieving your sustainability goals.
Airdri have developed a range of hand dryer models that have been designed with unique attributes to suit every type of washroom.
Selecting the right model can benefit in more ways than one; from reducing annual running and servicing costs to maintaining a quieter environment and further complementing the aesthetics of your washroom.
As well as energy-efficient solutions, we offer an additional choice of features such as dry time, low sound output, ADA compliancy and a choice of designs and colours.
All models are touch-free, there is no tricky maintenance and no filters to replace, just durable and reliable hand dryers that continue to work well, years after installation.
What’s in the air we’re breathing?
As well as Covid-19, other infectious diseases can spread through airborne particles. These include influenza, measles, mumps, legionellosis, tuberculosis and norovirus to name just a few. Infectious diseases are not the only worry when it comes to what we’re breathing in.
The World Health Organisation attributes 3.8 million premature deaths a year to household air pollution. Conservative estimates put the UK death toll at around 9,000 a year, with Allergy UK stating that the air quality indoors can be up to 10 times worse than outside. Shocking statistics given that we spend 90% of our time indoors (and even more during lockdown).
Indoor air pollution can be caused by gas or microscopic particles from cooking, heating systems, damp and mould, lack of ventilation, chemicals and building materials.
Not to be confused with air purifiers which filter the air and can be very effective in residential settings, our hotel air sanitisers and hotel surface sanitisers such as our SteraSpace range, combines three technologies to emit a stream of disinfecting plasma into the air which effectively removes viruses, bacteria, mould, fungi and odours.
The SteraSpace technology has been independently tested in UK labs including Porton Down, SGS, ALS and Leeds University, and found to eliminate 98.11% of airborne and 99.6% of surface micro-organisms.
This technology is already in use in thousands of hospitality venues, care homes and medical practices, including an NHS call centre where the units were proven to reduce absenteeism by 42%.
Able to service areas up to 80m2, there are four units in the range suitable for varying environments, from washrooms and bedrooms to reception areas and ballrooms.
Depending on the size of the room, the cost of installing our hotel air sanitisers and hotel surface sanitisers, per unit, starts at around £250 and then it can be as low as £12 per year to run.