Hand Dryers: What You Need to Know About Maintenance, New Tech

07/03/2019 | By Sarah Kloepple

BUILDINGS staff writer Sarah Kloepple chats with Bill Gagnon, vice president of sales and marketing with Excel Dryers, about all things hand dryers—including maintenance, ADA compliance, misconceptions and new innovations in recent years. Listen here >>

Paper towels have left the nation’s busiest train station—and Excel Dryer has climbed aboard. Grand Central Terminal restrooms now feature the XLERATOR.

Paper towels have left the nation’s busiest train station—and Excel Dryer has climbed aboard. Grand Central Terminal restrooms now feature the XLERATOR.
(Photo: Grand Central Terminal restrooms Credit: Excel Dryers)

As the first LEED-certified bowling alley in the world, Brooklyn Bowl uses Excel Dryer’s high-speed, energy-efficient hand dryers in their restrooms to promote sustainability and complement the design and iconic look of the facility.

As the first LEED-certified bowling alley in the world, Brooklyn Bowl uses Excel Dryer’s high-speed, energy-efficient hand dryers in their restrooms to promote sustainability and complement the design and iconic look of the facility.
(Photo: Brooklyn Bowl Credit: Excel Dryers)


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