London, UK (PRWEB UK) 9 October 2012
Rexel recognises that environmental performance and the pursuit of business success are inextricably linked, and therefore strives to attain a satisfactory balance between social, economic and environmental responsibility. Energy Solutions at Olympia is the UK’s leading Energy Management event focused on efficient, sustainable and renewable products and runs in conjunction with the FM Event.
Brian Smithers for Rexel said “The Vortex 550 eco smart hand dryer at 550 watts and with a drying time of 10-15 seconds is a smart and economical way for businesses to look at energy saving in the washroom environment. We are very excited about this product and this young British company and we are very pleased they have chosen to join us at the exhibition.”
SAVORTEX was the first-ever dryer to achieve a Guinness World Records title. The Vortex 550 EcoSmart is now officially recognised by Guinness World Records for its energy efficiency. The world record, “Most hands dried using 30kJ of energy”, was devised by Guinness World Records officials as a challenge to measure the energy efficiency in hand drying. Building on that success, Electrical Times have also announced that SAVORTEX are finalists for the 2012 Energy Efficiency Initiative of the Year
SAVORTEX’s a British manufacturer of patented Eco-friendly hand drying technology for the global washroom sectors principle is to lead business sustainability through innovation and the development of revolutionary, Eco-friendly hand drying products. The result is the Vortex 550 EcoSmart hand dryer.
Rexel Global Group
Rexel, a global leader in the distribution of electrical supplies and services, serves three main end markets: industrial, commercial and residential.
The Group operates in 37 countries, with a network of some 2,100 branches, and employs over 28,000 people. Rexel’s sales were €12.7 billion in 2011.
For more information, visit Rexel’s website at http://www.rexel.com
The Guinness World Records title, Most hands dried using 30kJ of energy, was devised by Guinness World Records officials as a challenge to measure the energy efficiency in hand drying. The Vortex 550 EcoSmart successfully dried four pairs of hands using less than 30kJ of energy. Typically, hand dryers use between 72kJ and 96kJ of power to dry just one pair of hands. SAVORTEX successfully achieved four pairs of dry hands using just under 25kJ of energy – smashing the minimums set by Guinness World Records officials and claiming the world record.
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