London UK Smart Hand Dryers Contactless Hygienic Public Restroom Solution Launch

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An award-winning British company has launched its hygienic hand dryers across the City of London to target businesses as the health crisis has reinforced the need for workplace hand sanitisation.

An award-winning British hand-hygiene technology company has launched its range of contactless smart hand dryers in the City of London area. SAVORTEX prides itself on providing data-driven, cost saving, and hygienic products.

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The newly launched hygienic hand dryers are aimed specifically at public restroom management companies, businesses, and organisations based within the City of London area. The SAVORTEX EcoCurve Smart Hand Dryer enables operators to remotely monitor the footfall of public restrooms through the data collected.

This approach enables high levels of cleanliness to be maintained while reducing service costs. The fast contactless system optimises hygiene as it reduces the likelihood of germs being spread and cross-contamination.

In addition to being hygienic, the hand dryers from SAVORTEX are environmentally friendly as they use 88% less energy than traditional hand drying alternatives. They also have a greater lifespan, which is important for two reasons.

Firstly, it increases the reliability of the hand dryer and secondly, it offers management companies greater return on investment as there are fewer maintenance and replacement costs. This feature can be attributed to the high-quality parts that are used in the item including a brushless motor.

An analytics portal can be remotely accessed by the facilities teams as data is collected via smart sensors. This information is then sent to a cloud-based management system designed to monitor the number of users and inform attendants of the restroom requirements.

High profile organisations across London have already implemented the hygienic hand dryers including Gatwick Airport. While the results are ongoing, the company expects to receive a return on investment within 18 months due to the increase in washroom savings and efficiency.

Other companies have saved money instantly by switching from paper towels including RBS, which is set to save £35,000 per year.

A spokesperson said: “There are 70 million washrooms globally: 20 percent are equipped with environmentally unfriendly, unhygienic hand-dryers that do not properly dry hands. The demand for hand hygiene products has been exceeding supply channels owing to the health crisis, which has reinforced the importance of workplace hand sanitising.”

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