Hand dryers for disabled washrooms

Fitting out a disabled toilet or reduced-mobility washroom involves careful planning and consideration. 

Our accessible selection of compact, low-noise hand dryers are crucial to ensuring your washroom is compliant and user-friendly. They’ve all been designed with size, accessibility, noise output and cleanliness in mind. 

Keep it compact

Keeping obstructions to a minimum should be the prime consideration when you purchase a dryer for a disabled washroom. Floorspace must remain as spacious and uncluttered as possible for wheelchair users and those with greatly reduced mobility.

Our Airbox HBeaver and Gorillo Junior models pack all the power of our other dryers into a super compact design. The tiny wall footprint and low protrusion of these dryers ensure that wheelchairs are afforded maximum maneuverability. 

Running at 1150W or less, they’re also highly economical to run – great news for the planet and your pocket!

Keep it accessible

Hand dryer accessibility doesn’t stop with the needs of wheelchair users – ease of activation should not discriminate against any level of disability.

The Airbox H and Crocodillo T2 wall-mounted hand dryers are easy to position at any height, and both have acute sensors which can be engaged from beneath, whether users are seated or standing. 

Thinking about a blade dryer? Great news! Your disabled washroom can also benefit from the speedy drying times and mess-free features that make blades universally popular.

With twice the standard number of motion sensors, our Gorillo Junior is our most accessible blade dryer – that’s because it’s the only hands-in model in our range that can be operated by inserting the hands from the sides or from above. 

Keep it quiet 

For wheelchair users especially, being at ear-level with a shrieking hand dryer can be an unpleasant (often deafening) experience. 

With a noise output range of 70–73 decibels, our disabled washroom dryers are all beautifully quiet, while delivering the same efficiency and quick drying times you’d expect. 

Our most user-friendly dryer by far, the adjustable speed and heat settings on the Gorillo Junior enable you to create an even more peaceful ambience in your disabled facilities with the simple flick of a switch. 

Keep it clean

A dryer that doesn’t dowse disabled users with water when they dry their hands is one of the minimum standards for disabled washrooms. 

Those who are more likely to be positioned beneath the dryer nozzle – wheelchair users in particular – would benefit from the installation of a Crocodillo T2. Featuring a high-velocity airflow and unique water collection tray, this considerate model dries the hands in seconds and prevents liquid from flying onto the user or the washroom floor.