Today, I was in Stanstead Airport after a workshop at Hinxton. One thing which caught my eye was their heavy-duty, hot-air, hand-dryers. Or caught my ear, as there were really pretty loud. They work in much the normal way — they blow hot air — but much more powerfully than normal; you could see the air stretching the skin over the bones.

The main reason thing that I noticed was the stickers on them saying that they used 80% less energy than normal dryers. Slightly ironic really that an airport, which has 100 ton hair dryer landing every five minutes, should worry about energy efficiency.

Originally published on my old blog site.

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