In the hand dryer section of the FAQ, one can get an overall picture of not only how the technical spec data is calculated but also about the making of hand dryers. This section also addresses the difference between the conventional hand dryers and the high speed hand dryers, which is one of the questions that are most frequently asked by people who are new to the product categories of hand dryers.
In addition, as hand dryers are installed in public washrooms such as those in schools, hospital, shopping malls, sports stadiums, and hotels, the explanation of related requirements such as ADA compliance, the ERP directive and the IP ratings are also included in this section.
Moreover, Hokwang understands that being “green” is extremely important for buildings and owners nowadays, thus, the LEED credits and power consumption issues are also discussed. Of course, if further information is needed, please do not hesitate to contact us by filling in the form on the Contact Us page. Thank you.
Various regulations or green standards can be requested for hand dryers and hygiene products when it comes to government bids or new projects. The ADA-compliant for a user-friendly feature, the ErP directive...Read more
All of our hand dryers are equipped with blue lights. The blue light is an indication light to guide users to the most efficient drying area. It brings some fun to the hand drying process and some kids...Read more
A conventional hand dryer dries hands by warm air. The air speed is relatively low and so does the noise level. A high speed hand dryer dries hands by air speed. It literally blows water away. It uses...Read more
There are CE, LVD, EMC, EMI, GS, CB for Europe, UL, cUL, CAS for north America, SAA for Australia, CCC for China, etc. All electrical appliance, including hand dryer, should pass safety approvals and use qualified...Read more
In public restrooms, hand dryers are often requested for a certain IP rating. IP code (International Protection Marking) classifies and rates the degree of protection provided against intrusion and water....Read more
There’s no definite answer to what material is the best for hand dryer covers. You can find many casing materials, such as high impact plastic, stainless steel, steel with coating, aluminum, PVD finished,...Read more
There’re two common types for hand dryer filters: carbon filter and HEPA filter. These are usually installed in the air inlet of a hand dryer, some of them can be inserted inside of a hand dryer. Either...Read more
When setting up a washroom, you have lots of choices when it relates to the kind of hand drying technique to deliver. Public washrooms which are busy all the time should have fast and effective hand drying...Read more