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View larger image of Dryflow G-Force Mark II Hand Dryer from Intelligent Facility SolutionsDryflow G-Force Mark II Hand Dryer

Plug in system hand dryer.Features and benefits:12–23 seconds dry time.Quiet performance and wide airflow.Heater element adjustment is possible via an internal on/ off switch, to condition the unit to user requirements or to lower energy usage and costs.Unit is detachable from the electrical supply, making maintenance quicker and cheaper.Highly vandal resistant, with high mechanical strength and flame resistant properties.Expected motor life of 3000 hours.Three year guarantee.Applications:Suitable for mid-traffic areas up to 500 uses per day. For cinemas and theatres, colleges, public attractions, pubs, schools, sports stadiums, swimming pools, airports, factories, hotels, motorway services, offices, retail outlets and supermarkets.CE marked.Size (h x w x d):330 x 213 x 170 mm.Material:Grade 1.4301 (304) stainless steel.Technical characteristics:Rated power (adjustable motor): 420–1500 W (0.42–1.5 kW).Input voltage: 220–240 (50–60 Hz).Energy per dry: 2.68 Wh (low speed, no heat), 3.67 Wh (high speed, no heat), 5 Wh (high speed, with heat), 5.24 Wh (low speed, with heat).Motor: Universal brush motor.Motor speed: 19 000–30 000 rpm.Air speed (maximum): 202 mph (90 m/s).Air volume: 71.22–111.83 cfm.Operating sound level (at two metres): 67–74 dBA.Operating temperature range: 45°C.Heater element power: 400 W (optional use by switch).Motor cut-off time: 60 seconds.Ingress protection (IP) rating: IP23.Sensor type: IR.Weight: 5.1 kg.

Plug in system hand dryer.

Features and benefits:

  • 12–23 seconds dry time.
  • Quiet performance and wide airflow.
  • Heater element adjustment is possible via an internal on/ off switch, to condition the unit to user requirements or to lower energy usage and costs.
  • Unit is detachable from the electrical supply, making maintenance quicker and cheaper.
  • Highly vandal resistant, with high mechanical strength and flame resistant properties.
  • Expected motor life of 3000 hours.
  • Three year guarantee.

Applications:

Suitable for mid-traffic areas up to 500 uses per day. For cinemas and theatres, colleges, public attractions, pubs, schools, sports stadiums, swimming pools, airports, factories, hotels, motorway services, offices, retail outlets and supermarkets.

CE marked.

More about Dryflow G-Force Mark II Hand Dryer:
As standard

Dryflow G-Force Mark II Hand Dryer
 Manufacturer:
Intelligent Facility Solutions.
  -Web:www.intelligenthanddryers.com.
  -Tel:+44 (0)114 3540047.
  -Product reference:
[GFM201]. - White.
[GFM202]. - Brushed satin.
[GFM203]. - Polished chrome.
 Accessories:
[Not required].
[Odour neutralizer]. - Leaves a pleasant fragrance.


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More about Dryflow G-Force Mark II Hand Dryer: As standard

As standard

Size (h x w x d):

330 x 213 x 170 mm.

Material:

Grade 1.4301 (304) stainless steel.

Technical characteristics:

  • Rated power (adjustable motor): 420–1500 W (0.42–1.5 kW).
  • Input voltage: 220–240 (50–60 Hz).
  • Energy per dry: 2.68 Wh (low speed, no heat), 3.67 Wh (high speed, no heat), 5 Wh (high speed, with heat), 5.24 Wh (low speed, with heat).
  • Motor: Universal brush motor.
  • Motor speed: 19 000–30 000 rpm.
  • Air speed (maximum): 202 mph (90 m/s).
  • Air volume: 71.22–111.83 cfm.
  • Operating sound level (at two metres): 67–74 dBA.
  • Operating temperature range: 45°C.
  • Heater element power: 400 W (optional use by switch).
  • Motor cut-off time: 60 seconds.
  • Ingress protection (IP) rating: IP23.
  • Sensor type: IR.
  • Weight: 5.1 kg.

Further Information

Literature:

RIBA Product Selector

Additional information may be available for Intelligent Facility Solutions from ribaproductselector.com.

Contacts:

www.intelligenthanddryers.com

sales@ihdryers.co.uk

T: +44 (0)114 3540047

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