Dryer kills germs and cleans hands

Dryer kills germs and cleans hands

The company uses its new, patent-pending Cold Plasma Clean (CPC) technology for cold plasma-enabled, warm-air dryers to advance cleanliness in restrooms and markets such as healthcare, schools and food processing. American Dryer says its CPC technology will also kill harmful and microscopic pathogens including E.Coli, C. Diff, Staph, MRSA, and TB. The eXtremeAir with CPC technology has been independently tested for safety by Underwriters Laboratory (UL), passing both the UL867 and the California Air Resources Board (CARB) standards.  

American Dryer recently unveiled a new line of eXtremeAir CPC hand dryers that incorporate cold plasma, a natural occurring phenomenon to cut down on germs. The company uses its new, patent-pending Cold Plasma Clean (CPC) technology for cold plasma-enabled, warm-air dryers to advance cleanliness in restrooms and markets such as healthcare, schools and food processing. Check out this video to learn more about CPC technology.

In a press release announcing the launch of the new product, American Dryer Vice President of Sales and Technology Michael Robert said, “Cold Plasma Clean technology was developed by our engineering team to create the most hygienic hand drying method possible. CPC kills germs on and around your hands naturally, without chemicals. HEPA filters, the solution used by some manufacturers, may trap microbes, but can’t eliminate them, nor do the filters clean the air surrounding the hands the way CPC does.”

American Dryer says its CPC technology will also kill harmful and microscopic pathogens including E.Coli, C. Diff, Staph, MRSA, and TB. The eXtremeAir with CPC technology has been independently tested for safety by Underwriters Laboratory (UL), passing both the UL867 and the California Air Resources Board (CARB) standards. 

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