America Dryer ADA Compliant Seamless Stainless Steel Wall Guard ADA-WG

America Dryer ADA Compliant Seamless Stainless Steel Wall Guard ADA-WG
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An Industry First! The America Dryer ADA Compliant Seamless Stainless Steel Wall Guard ADA-WG is ADA compliant without the need to recess the dryer into the wall and helps protect the wall and floor from moisture. The Wall Guard features seamless one-piece stainless steel construction and is easy to install.

  • ADA compliance without having to cut a hole in your wall
  • Easy installation below the dryer with (4) screws provided
  • One-piece 19 gauge stainless steel
  • Dimensions: 9-3/8"W x 18"H x 3-1/2"D
  • Shipping weight: 4 pounds

* Note: Not for use with hair dryers.

  • ADA compliance without having to cut a hole in your wall
  • Easy installation below the dryer with (4) screws provided
  • One-piece 19 gauge stainless steel
  • Dimensions: 9-3/8"W x 18"H x 3-1/2"D
  • Shipping weight: 4 pounds

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A Brief History of the Modern Hand Dryer

Ah, the hand dryer. We rely on it, and even expect it in every modern bathroom in public. It makes hand drying easy and effortless, while at the same time saving the environment. It also keeps bathrooms neater, cleaner, and less of a problem to clean up in. Dryers like our American Dryer which is compliant with the American Disabilities Act (ADA) are easy to install and use.

A History of the Hand Dryer

Like many things, hand dryers have hardly been around forever. In fact, it was only around 1948 when these became popular. The first hand dryer ever was patented by R.B. Hibbard, D.J. Watrous, and J.G. Bassett in 1921. They patented it for the Airdry Corporation of New York.

This first model was sold as either a built-into-the-wall or freestanding floor unit that had an inverted blower. It was operated by a foot pump and known as an “Electric Towel.” They were used in restrooms, barbershops, restaurants, and other places where the use of water was frequent.

The first kinds of hand dryers evaporated water. In 1993, Mitsubishi Electric introduced a new hand dryer that blew air jets onto two sides of the hand at once, therefore pushing water off.

The Hand Dryer in Present Day

Today, the hand dryer can be found in nearly every public bathroom. Many places require hand dryers to be ADA compliant, which is where our American Dryer ADA Compliant Seamless Stainless Steel Wall Guard is a great choice. It is an industry first because it is ADA compliant without actually needing to be recessed into the wall it sits on. No more wall damage! It is super easy to install and made from simple, one-piece stainless steel construction.

Until recently, people were hesitant to install ADA-compliant hand dryers because cutting into the wall required time, maintenance, and over course the cost of installation. The ADA mandates that dryers come out no further than 4 inches from the wall. This hand dryer is designed to do that while sitting on the wall. Installation only requires 4 screws that are provided with the dryer itself.

This dryer provides the solution to ADA compliance coupled with a great product that will help keep your bathroom clean and protect the environment.

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