Bakery and Pastry Shops Choose the Dyson Airblade Hand Dryer
Bakery and pastry shops all over the United States are moving to the Dyson Airblade vs. Paper towel. Why? Although the Dyson Airblade seems expensive at first glance, considering how quickly it will save a bakery or pastry shop thousands of dollars per year can quickly justify the switch from paper towel, but there are more reasons than cost savings. Consider the hygienic reasons on why a bakery or pastry shop should move to the Dyson hand dryer. The Airblade uses a unique design with a HEPA filter that eliminates 99.9% of all bacteria from air before blowing it onto the hands. The Air used to dry hands by the Dyson Airblade is actually cleaner than the air in the rest of the room. For this and a few other reasons, the Dyson Airblade hand dryer has achieved approval by the NFS (National Sanitation Foundation), and it has been certified by HACCP International as hygienic enough for the food industry. The Dyson hand dryer is the only hand dryer to be certified for the food industry.
Damp hands have been proven to cause up to 1,000 more times of bacteria spreading. In a bakery or pastry, staff must wash hands frequently, often leaving hands damp throughout the day. The Dyson Airblade dries hands completely by scraping water off of the hands from both sides, and hands are dried completely, reducing the risk of spreading bacteria by as much as 1,000 times.
The Airblade hand dryer can save a bakery thousands of dollars per year. On average, at 100 uses per day, the Dyson Airblade will cost just $18 per year to operate. In comparison, paper towel at 100 uses per day would cost about $730. That's just for one hand dryer at 100 uses per day.