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High-Speed Automatic Hand Dryer - Recessed - 115/240V

SKU ASI-0133
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Item Description:

IR Sensor Activated Touch Free Hand Drying

  • "Best New Product for 2009" as chosen by Architectural Record
  • Fully recessed ADA-compliant hand dryer
  • Durable 14 gauge stainless steel cover has a satin finish and seamless design making it ideal for any washroom
  • Universal voltage
  • Operates automatically using infrared sensor
  • Auto-resetting thermostat
  • 4-second automatic shut off

Simple Operation

  • Activate dryer by placing hands under sensor
  • Dryer automatically shuts off after user removes hands from sensor zone


  • Motor: 1/4 HP - 7500 RP M - Brush type, dual ball bearings
  • Voltage: 100 - 240 VAC, 50/60 Hz, 1.7 - 2.2 kW
  • Heater: 1875 - 2020 Watts
  • Current: 17.6 Amps @ 115 VAC
  • Dry Time: Approx. 25 seconds
  • 10 Year Warranty
Satin Stainless Steel
Wall Opening: 14" W x 16" H x 4" D (356 x 406 x 102 mm)
Decibel Level:
63 dB-A @ 2M
Drying Time:
Under 25 Seconds
Energy Usage:
2.022 KW/hr / 1.654 KW/hr / 2.200 KW/hr
1/4 HP / 7,500 RPM - Brush Type, Dual Ball Bearings
115V, 50/60 Hz / 208V, 50/60 Hz / 240V, 50/60 Hz
Air Velocity:
Air Temp:
149° F± 5@77°F
Air Heater Output:
115V = 1857 Watts / 208V = 1519 Watts / 240V = 2020 Watts
Output Nozzle:
Single Inlet Centrifugal
Auto Shut Off:
4 Seconds after hands removed from sensor zone
Infrared Optical Sensor
Sensing Range:
6-11/16" - 10-13/32" (169 to 264 mm)
224.00 sq inches
Cover Material:
Stainless Steel
Agency Approvals:
C-UL-US®, ICC/ANSI A-117.1-2003, and ADAAG
10 Years

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All ASI products are designed and manufactured to high quality standards to ensure many years of satisfactory service. To assure long life and beauty, the product should be cleaned, protected and maintained.

Usually units that have just been installed will require cleaning after the protective plastic film has been removed. Depending upon how long the units have been in storage prior to installation, a product such as 3M 6041 may be helpful in removing any stubborn vinyl & adhesive residue.

Under normal usage, stainless steel products require regular cleaning with a soft clean rag moistened with a mild detergent followed by a water moistened clean rag and then a dry rag, much the same as stainless steel sinks, pot & pans and eating utensils, and can be wiped with lemon oil applied by soft polishing cloth to maintain sheen. Plastic or laminate materials can be maintained with general-purpose protectant products such as Armor All®. Glass surfaces should be cleaned with any suitable non-abrasive standard glass cleaner, such as Windex® or Glass Plus®. Do NOT use cleaner with ammonia or bleach.

Stainless Steel should be protected against Muriatic acid and caustic or abrasive materials, and harsh cleaning detergents [with pH outside the range 6 ± .5]. In the event such agents cause discoloration, polishing with a stainless steel cleaner such as 3M Stainless Steel Cleaner & Polish® and a soft cloth on bright or mirror finishes, or for #4 satin finish surfaces the SS cleaner and 3M Scotch Brite® either blue (less aggressive) or green (more aggressive) pad is recommended.

Dryer products are designed to be maintenance free.

There are no user adjustable or serviceable parts inside the housing. General cleaning of the exterior housing and nozzle surfaces on a regular schedule is adequate, with no special attention required. Any general-purpose spray-and-wipe type cleaner is appropriate. Periodically, the sensor lens (if so equipped) should be wiped clean with a soft towel dampened with mild soap and water (NOT SOAKED), and rinse-wiped and dried. In highly dusty environments, the inside of the nozzle and/or exhaust screen should be examined regularly for dust and/or lint build-up, which should be removed. If necessary, maintenance crews can open the housings with special security wrenches (after the power has been shut off) to clean the inside of the screen and/or the blower unit and heating element.

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