With a National Toilet Day celebrated since 1985 and a high-tech bathroom gallery at Tokyo’s Narita International Airport – it’s safe to say that people in Japan take their bathrooms
There are at least five good reasons why you would want to specify Mitsubishi Electric Jet Towel hand dryers, in addition to the fact that they look good.
Master the Art of Noise Reduction. Three revelations about noise reduction in hand dryers. They say empty vessels make the most noise. The proverb can equally be applied to a person as to automatic hand dryers in public washrooms.
High-speed hand dryers can be very hygienic, but are you using them correctly? Studies underline how pushing your hands straight into an air-curtain hands-in dryer isn’t the best move.
Mitsubishi Electric Jet Towel has employed a 6th Dan black belt martial arts expert to help keep the nation’s hands more hygienic.
Facilities managers are a rare breed. Like most people they wash their hands several times a day; but, unlike most people, they are likely to think about the costs involved! Neil Butler of Mitsubishi Electric likes to help them by pointing out the modest energy consumption of his company’s Jet Towel hand dryers.
Six ‘Smart hand dryers’, the hands-under model in the Mitsubishi Electric Jet Towel hand dryer range, have been installed throughout the Grade II listed Officers’ Mess building at the IWM (Imperial War Museum) World War II Duxford Airfield in South Cambridgeshire.
Bathroom décor can be a major contributor to the perceived ambience of a public building and the image of its occupants. Garry Lewis, Marketing & Communications Manager for Mitsubishi Electric says his expanding range of hand dryers make a discreetly elegant addition to any design scheme.
One of the National Trust’s most eco-friendly properties aims to inspire its visitors to a more sustainable way of living and has chosen Mitsubishi Electric Jet Towels in preference to other types of hand dryer.