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the UK Noise Abatement Society. This accolade enabled us to lead the way, shaping industry standards around sound level reduction, and since then, four of our best-selling products have also received the Quiet Mark approval.


Going green When it comes to procurement, sustainability should be at the heart of any decision. Look for products that minimise the environmental impact, and take into account the lifecycle, especially if it will end up in landfill. Investing in a hand dryer that will go the distance, as well as keep energy running costs to a minimum, is key. Go for a hand dryer that consumes very little power - under 1,000 watts - which is the standard required in order to qualify for the coveted GreenSpec status. Two of our dryers that


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have achieved this accreditation are the Airdri Quazar and the Airdri Quantum. The Quantum is the lowest energy consumption unit in the world. Going ‘green’ makes business sense as investing in such a product not only significantly reduces running costs which benefits you as a buyer, but also reflects your wider social responsibility.


Regardless of the washroom setting, whether that be a hospital, shopping centre or commercial business, investing in inclusive products, that accommodate the unique requirements of every end user, is essential. By creating an inviting and accessible environment, you are playing your part in promoting healthy hand hygiene and fighting the battle against the spread of bacteria.


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