Energy Per Use
Energy is measured in KiloJoules (KJ). Lower numbers represent less energy use and less cost. EXT uses 90.6% less energy than a standard electric hand dryer.
Green Facts (1)
Paper towels cannot be recycled, consume precious resources and use excessive landfill space. Making one ton of virgin paper towels can use:
- 7,000 gallons of water
- 17 full grown trees
- 464 gallons of oil
- 42 gallons of gasoline
- 3 yards of landfill waste
A major bottling company eliminated about 96 yards of landfill waste per year by replacing five paper towel dispensers with eXtremeAir hand dryers.
Going green doesn’t have to cost a lot of money. In fact, the eXtremeAir saved customers up to 98% versus paper towel costs while eliminating landfill waste.
The operating cost of the eXtremeAir hand dryers is less than $16 per year. To see cost savings examples or calculate your savings, visit our cost calculator.
The eXtremeAir hand dryer has been GreenSpec® Listed. This is an unbiased list of the most environmentally friendly products published by the editors of Environmental Building News. The eXtremeAir met tough GreenSpec standards because it uses 80-90% less energy than conventional hand dryers and reduces maintenance and waste.
LEED stands for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design. The Greener Products Certified Seal confirms the product complies with the LEED, LEED for Homes and NAHB standards. The eXtremeAir helps facilities qualify for LEED Credits in several categories:
LEED v4 for Building Design and Construction (BD+C)
|EA Prerequisite||Optimizing Energy Performance (Mandatory)|
|EA Credit||Solid Waste Management – Waste Stream Audit|
|MR Credit||Green Cleaning – High Performance Cleaning Program|
|MR Credit||Innovation in Operations|
LEED v4 for Building Operations & Maintenance (O+M)
|EA Prerequisite||Minimum Energy Performance|
|EA Credit||Optimize Energy Performance|
|MR Credit||Facility Maintenance and Renovation|
The eXtremeAir is California Air Resources Board compliant.
(1) The Resource Recovery and Recycling Authority of Southwest Oakland County. Web 2016