Sanitizing Hand Dryer

WHY JUST DRY YOUR HANDS WHEN YOU CAN ALSO
SANITIZE THEM BY KILLING THE GERMS?

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Cold Plasma Clean™ technology (CPC)

CPC kills germs on the surface of your hands and the surrounding air while drying them with warm air. Cold Plasma Clean technology was developed by GPS’ team of engineers to create the most hygienic method of hand drying ever. Cold Plasma Clean technology goes way beyond HEPA filtration, which simply traps mold and germs inside the dryer. HEPA filters do not sanitize your hands or kill germs. CPC technology is a solid-state, maintenance-free solution. There are no expensive filters, chemicals or labor.

What is CPC and how does it work?

Cold plasma or bipolar ionization is nature’s way of cleaning the air and killing germs. High levels of ionization are found in the fresh air breeze off the ocean or on top of a mountain. CPC technology is natural and safe.

The Cold Plasma Generator inside the eXtremeAir® uses steady-state positive and negative discharge points to split water molecules in the air into oppositely charged hydrogen and oxygen ions. These ions in turn break down gases to harmless compounds commonly found in the atmosphere.

Air is made up of millions of molecules, including harmful gases, fibers, mold, bacteria, and viruses. CPC technology breaks down harmful pathogens into simple, safe, naturally occurring molecules.

 

CPC technology kills E. Coli, C. Diff, MRSA, Staph, TB, and more on and around your hands naturally.

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eXtremeAir© cPc THE ONLY HAND DRYER WITH PATENTED COLD PLASMA CLEAN TECHNOLOGY

 

The only dryer that kills virus, bacteria, and mold while creating a purifying bubble of air surrounding your hands under the dryer.

 

CPC technology is proven to kill harmful pathogens including e.Coli, c. Diff, STAPH, MRSA, and TB. Testing has been done independently by EMSL Labs, an Elite CDC certified lab.

The eXtremeAir with CPC technology has also been independently tested for safety by Underwriters Laboratory (UL), passing both the UL867 and the California Air Resources Board (CARB) standards.

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