What Are the Benefits of Plug in Hand Dryers?

Plug in hand dryers are safe, simple, and affordable. If you're looking for a low-cost way to give your clients or customers all the benefits of modern warm-air hand drying, then consider choosing one of these great products. When you use Allied, you'll enjoy the added perks that come with being our customer.

Advantages of Plug in Hand Dryers

Plug in hand dryers are a breeze to install. You won't have to hire an electrician to cut holes in your walls or run internal wires. All you need is an electrical outlet underneath the area where you intend to install the dryer. The circuit requires a minimum 15 amp capacity and GFI overload protection.

Attach the product to the wall using the included mounting screws. Mounting one side of your plug in hand dryers to a wall stud will help to reduce operating noise. Then simply plug in the unit, and you're done.

Always let the extra cord length hang down beneath the outlet without touching the floor. This will help to ensure water from user's hands, sinks, or the dryer itself does not make contact with the prongs. Also, you should never use an extension cord of any kind with plug in hand dryers. If you have any questions or concerns, then consult a licensed electrician in your area.

Besides plug in hand dryers, we sell hard-wired models from a variety of manufacturers. We also carry commercial diaper changing stations, station liners, and accessory products. And when you choose Allied, you'll enjoy these additional benefits:

  • Easy ordering with our toll-free number or online form.
  • Our unbeatable price-match guarantee. We will meet or beat any web-based merchant's cost for any item we sell.
  • Fast, free shipping to all US destinations.
  • Superior customer support.

With all these advantages, why not pick out your plug in hand dryers or other products while on our site? You'll be glad you did.

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