Do your washrooms meet the social inclusivity standards for the public sector?
Ensuring that your washroom equipment is accessible to all can be a challenge, but it’s an important requirement in the public sector where users may have social care needs.
When designing public buildings, washroom equipment is often an afterthought; cubicle layouts can be restricted with washing facilities squeezed into corners, leading to inaccessibility and an unsatisfactory experience for users.
Airdri’s enduring ethos is around social inclusivity. For over 40 years we have been developing our hand dryer range to ensure that we have a model to suit every user. We were the first hand dryer manufacturer to be awarded the Quiet Mark in recognition of low sound levels, and three of our models have been built specifically to meet the requirements of Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
We have a long history of working with Schools and Libraries to help equip their washrooms with the most suitable hand dryers for their diverse user groups. The Airdri Quazar has been specifically designed to be the most socially inclusive hand dryer on the market meeting both the ADA and Quiet Mark criteria. It is also GreenSpec listed in recognition of its low energy consumption.