Excel Xlerator® Hand Dryer -White Therm, 110/120V

Excel Xlerator® Hand Dryer -White Therm, 110/120V

Item # XL-XLBW

  • 110/120V, 11.3-12.2 amps
  • Watts: 1240-1450W; No heat amps: 4.3-4.5A
  • No heat watts: 460-530W; Hertz: 50/60 Hz
  • White Thermoset (BMC)
White Thermoset, 110/120V, ea
Manufacturer #: XL-BW
  • Free Express Delivery
  • ADA Version
  • Most Popular
  • * 5 Year Warranty *
Others: $985.60/EA
Express Ship:
$532.76/EA

Elegant, Yet Rugged Steel.

ADA Compliant Version.

"Ford Pickup" of Air Hand Dryers.


Excel Xlerator air hand dryer are a commercial-grade, ultra rugged construction . . . yet, offering a nicer, elegant look for nicer looking restrooms.

Top Users: 
 Office Buildings, Theaters, Airports, Stadiums, Amusement Parks, Zoos, Churches, Fitness Centers, Churches, Restaurants, Resorts + Hotels, Manufacturing, Automotive, Malls, Fire Departments, Military, etc.

Unlike other brands:
-  8 second dry time
-  adjustable speed + sound control
-  adjustable heat settings:  high, medium, low and off
-  voltage 110-120V
-  LED service light
-  excellent maintenance and service record . . . unlike others that constantly breakdown causing $$$ in service and repair expenses

White color.  Auto sensor start.  

8 second dry time. Adjustable speed and sound control. Variable heat, high, medium, low and off. 80% less energy than conventional hand dryers. 95% cost savings vs paper towels. Made in USA Certified[R]. 5-year limited warranty. GreenSpec[R] Listed and helps qualify for several LEED[R] credits. A hygienic hand drying solution. Over a decade of proven performance. Adjustable speed and sound control. Multi-voltage options of 110-120V or 208-277V. Adjustable heat settings. Externally visible service LED. Also available in 1.1N Noise Reduction Nozzle.

When you just need it done right . . . and faster . . . the first time.

110/120V, 11.3-12.2 amps. Watts: 1240-1450W; No heat amps: 4.3-4.5A. No heat watts: 460-530W; Hertz: 50/60 Hz. White Thermoset (BMC).

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