High-Speed Hand Dryers a Safe Choice in the Defense Against CDC says frequent handwashing still a key factor in preventing the spread of ge 11.17.2009 – The recent outbreak of H1N1 flu across the country has captured the attention of the U.S. public. Unfortunately, the H1N1 flu has also provided an Twitter Pitc opportunity for unscrupulous marketers, using SPAM e-mails and other techniques, High-Speed H in the Defense to circulate scare tactics in hopes of increasing profits for their products and services. This misinformation and discredited data have been around for years, and News Facts have been soundly debunked. In a study of volunteered Excel Dryer, Inc. wants our distributors and end users to be confident about the contaminate safety and health benefits of warm air hand and hair dryers. It is important to us that researchers you know that our products are both reliable and hygienic. Several studies have got rid of th been published in well-known medical reviews on the health benefits and hygienic regardless Residual ba superiority of warm air dryers. Hand dryers are almost unanimously declared to be which are o more sanitary than other drying techniques. leaves wast maintenanc Blowing Hot Air: debunking hygiene myths about hand dryers up.With elec waste for a Research indicates that, "irrespective of the hand washing agent used," electric air for spreadin drying produces "the highest and cloth the lowest reduction in numbers" of bacteria Warm air dr and viruses on washed hands (Ansari et al., 1991, American Journal of Infection in efficient a Control). Researchers Meers and Leong declared, in a 1989 letter to the Journal of drying. Researcher Hospital Infection, that there is "no bacteriological reason to exclude [hand dryers] declared, in from the clinical areas." The European Cleaning review adds, "unless paper towel of Hospital I waste is regularly cleaned [up], it can be a lasting source of bacteriological bacteriologi infection" (September 1994). dryers] from The Europe Over the last 40 years, numerous scientific researches have valued the hygienic "unless pap safety of warm air as a drying medium. These studies were conducted with careful cleaned [up] methodology, at major academic or medical institutions. of bacteriolo 1994). In 2000, Dr. Franklin R. Cockerill III and his colleagues at the Mayo Clinic in Resource Li Rochester, Minnesota, reported their results in the journal Mayo Clinic Proceedings Hand dryer h (75:705 - 708). In a study of 100 people who volunteered to have their hands Blowing Hot contaminated with bacteria, researchers found that hand washing got rid of the Hand Dryers same amount of germs regardless of drying style. The subjects dried hands with Centers for either cloth towels from a roll dispenser, paper towels from a stack on the sink, a Handwashin mechanical hand dryer, or old-fashioned air drying. Drying preference, researchers CDC: Clean H say, matters little. Cleanlink.co Cleanlink.co Podcasts Moreover, residual bacteria stays on paper towels that are often thrown on floors. This littering results in unnecessary waste for a custodian or maintenance person to Tags clean up. With electric hand dryers, there’s no waste for anyone to handle and no #H1N1, hand risk for spreading germs. flu, XLERATO dryer The new generation of hands-free hand dryers prove to be the leader in efficient and hygienic method of drying hands. In addition, they are the most cost-efficient and environmentally sound drying technique. Whether Excel Dryers are installed in schools, restaurants, shopping centers, hospitals, service stations, stadiums, movie theaters, correctional facilities, factories, hotels, health clubs, etc., each individual who uses our product is guaranteed safety and satisfaction. Our company will also be pleased to provide its clientele with copies of the studies cited. We are confident that you will agree that warm air dryers are clearly the best alternative in drying. ### Short URL: http://pitch.pe/32436 About Excel Dryer, Inc. Contacting Excel Dryer, Inc. Excel Dryer, Inc. 357 Chestnut Street PO Box 365 East Longmeadow, MA 01028 1.800.255.9235 Website: http://exceldryer.com Press Contact Shannon Filippelli Office: 413-567-8700 ext 105 Cell: 413-244-5713 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Interview Request Shannon Filippelli Office: 413-567-8700 ext 105 Cell: 413-244-5713 Email: email@example.com Product Sample Request William Gagnon Office: 1.413.525.4531 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org © Copyright 2009 PitchEngine, Inc.
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