Purchase the XLERATOR® or XLERATOReco® with HEPA Filtration Factory Installed

Would filtering out 99.999% of all bacteria and viruses in the air make your employees or customers feel safer? Consider the XLERATOR (with heat) or XLERATOReco (no heat) with the HEPA filter factory installed. The HEPA filtered XLERATOR is more sanitary than technology such as UV light. In fact, with a dry time taking just seconds, UV light does not stand a chance to comparing hygiene.

In a post-pandemic era, everyone will be aiming to be as hygienic as possible, especially with washing and drying of hands.  Normally, you can just add the HEPA filter retrofit kit to any XLERATOR at checkout and install it yourself.  However, for convenience, we are adding every -H model to our online catalog so our customers can order the HEPA filtration factory installed.  Call 888-503-7937 to order quickly by phone Mon-Fri 9AM-5PM EST.


In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, Excel Dryer requested that LMS Technologies, a preeminent air media and filter testing company, conduct viral filtration efficiency testing on the XLERATOR and XLERATORsync Hand Dryers. This testing challenged the HEPA Filtration System with approximately 380 million viruses (ranging in size from 16.5 nanometers to 604.3 nanometers), released into the air chamber and in the end, the HEPA filtration system removed 99.999% of viruses from the airstream.

With cornavirus, the world will undoubtedly be changed to include better hygiene and sanitation solutions such as touch-less soap dispensers, automatic faucets, and touch-free hand dryers with HEPA filtration to eliminate 99.999% of all bacterial and viruses. This provides optimal hand hygiene.  As we all demand the most sanitary restroom designs possible, HEPA filtration is the best technology to finish the hand washing process.


On the other hand, it has been proven that bacteria and viruses live and thrive on paper towel, even more so on recycled paper towel. Furthermore, paper towel waste causes an unsanitary disposal and janitorial process, leaving maintenance staff exposed to unhygienic situations.