How it works
The dryer uses a mixture of fans, heaters and infra-red lamps to create warmth and heat that fast-tracks the drying process.
The system is controlled by a central computer that monitors the surrounding air temperature and varies the intensity of the heaters and fans accordingly. The dryer has the ability to recycle warm ambient air which in turn means that less air needs to be heated, reducing the power output.
Additionally, there are HEPA filters and a UV panel inside the dryer that creates a clean bacteria-free, stream of air.
Standing, sitting or lying in front of the dryer can dry a person in under 4 minutes and eliminates the need for stretching, reaching or using towels. Carers require less assitance to turn clients and the whole process of washing, drying and dressing people is considerably less physically demanding for the care staff.
The heat from the infra-red lamps is also an important feature - relaxing clients, assisting flexibility and providing therapeutic respite from many ailments.
|Dimensions H x W x D
|1460 x 700 x 300 (mm)
|57.5 x 27.6 x 11.8 (inches)
|Recommended Electrical Supply (Single phase)
|230v 32A 50hz
|220v 40A 60hz
|Electrical Supply (Three phase, neutral and earth)
|230v 20A 50hz
|220v 32A 60hz
|Normal Running Temperature
|Up to 45°C
|Up to 113°F
|Recommended Cycle Time
|3 ½ minutes
|7.5kW. Average 0.24Kw per 3 minute cycle.
|Variable although usually around 3 minutes
|Air Flow Speed
|8.5m² - 13.5m²
|Wall or frame mounted