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Hand Dryer Installation

Hand Dryer installation covers everything you need to do once you receive your Jet Dryers. This category covers support on how a Jet Dryer is installed including the screws, bracket, template as well as the 15 minute fast guide for your electrician to follow and what to do before the sparky arrives.

Preparing for the delivery of your hand dryer

Decide where your hand dryer will be installed with a mounting template

fast hand dryer installation

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  1. 4 Hand Dryer Installation Tips

    4 Hand Dryer Installation Tips
    Successfully installing your hand dryer is mostly about choosing the optimum place in the bathroom to locate your hand dryer:

    - Keeping the entrance exit clear
    - Keeping hand basins areas clear
    - Location of electrical power
    - Deciding how many hand dryers per wall

    Avoid Blocking The Entrance
    Hand Dryers aren't great if they are installed near the entrance because they block the entry and exit of bathroom users. Seems simple, but it's amazing how many times this is overlooked.

    Avoid Blocking a Hand Basin
    Hand Dryers installed directly next to a hand basin are going to slow down the flow of bathroom users. Don't block a sink by installing a hand dryer.

    Location of Electrical Power
    The easiest place to install your hand dryer is where there is existing power. Be sure to make sure that this locaiton doesn't block the entrance, block the hand basin or reduce the mobility of a person in the bathroom (especially important for hand dryers in disabled toilets)

    Number of Hand Dryers Per Wall
    If you're installing multiple electric hand dryers, you're going to need space in between each hand dryer. Every JetDryer includes a downloadable installation specification so you can get the spacing correct to the millimetre.

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  2. Replacing Hands Under Dryers - Faster Installation Tip

    Replacing Hands Under Dryers - Fast Install Tip When an older style hand dryer is removed, it leaves a space on the wall that reveals the screw holes that attached the old hands under style dryer to the wall. Making a bathroom beautiful again, means those screw holes need to be hidden again. You could go to all the effort of plastering in the holes and then paint over the surface again however, you may still be left with a unnecessary patchy finish. Here's how to solve it instantly.

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  3. 7 Step Hand Dryer Install Preparation Guide

    Hand Dryer installation is straight forward as long as you follow a few simple basics and it’s best to have a read through these now in advance of your hand dryer arriving.

    1. Decide who will install your hand dryer


    DIY Installation

    If there’s a plug nearby and the hand dryer you have chosen comes with a 3-pin plug and lead, you could affix to the wall yourself as there is no electrical work required. However, many of our customers prefer to hard wire their units for aesthetic or compliance reasons.


    Hard wired hand dryer installation

    If you are hardwiring the unit, then you are going to need a a qualified service person in accordance with the local wiring regulations code. Usually this means calling a qualified electrician and asking their rate for an hour or two of their time. Tell them what the wall surface is like as tiles may take a little longer than gib. Do this ahead of time, because it’s likely it will take them longer to book you in than it will for your hand dryer to arrive.


    2. Once your hand dryer arrives


    Now that you’ve got someone to install your hand dryer or hand dryers, you can relax. They will be able to take care of everything. If you do open the box, you will find everything you need for installation including:

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  4. Approved Certifications and Regulatory Compliance

    Commercial buildings and bathrooms have a number of regulations that ensure both equipment and the building are up to standard, and that the people within that building are safe.

    There are a number of regulations each of our hand dryers are compliant with. The following describes the certifications that are approved compliant for each hand dryer

    JetDryer Executive2.

    Safety of Household and Similar Electrical Appliances: IEC/EN60335-1

    Particular Requirements for Skin & Hair Care: IEC/EN60335-2-23


    Compliant to ElectroMagnetic Connectivity (EMC) directive according to





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