Fullerton, CA – Dry wet hands and gloves with Terra Universal's stainless steel PureDry™ dryers, designed for labs and cleanrooms. Warm air is pushed through an ULPA filter to remove microparticles that will land on, and stick to, wet surfaces. Hands, as well as small lab supplies like tools, glassware or microplates may be placed under the dryer; a no-touch sensor automatically turns the dryer on and off.
Unlike paper or fabric towels that may shed, this dryer ensures that freshly washed objects will stay clean. By using the PureDry, there is also a reduction in waste and the associated disposal expense. While air dryers are common, Terra's PureDry provides ULPA filters air to remove contaminating airborne particles (down to 0.12 micrometers, with 99.999% efficiency).
The germ-free recirculating model minimizes air turbulence while increasing overall efficiency: by cycling pre-filtered air through the dryer, the filter's burden is eliminated. In fact, the ULPA filter never needs replacement. The single-pass dryer model takes in environmental air and feeds it through the filter before reaching the wet surface. Filter replacement is simple and fast.
Terra Universal has 40 years of experience designing and manufacturing ISO-compatible modular cleanrooms and accessories. For more information about PureDry Hand and Glove Dryers, visit Terra Universal's website.