White Horse Inn
"We have been in the restaurant business for 30 years, own/operate five other restaurants but have never been happy with paper towels or other hand dryers… until now."
Established in 1850, the White Horse Inn is the oldest restaurant in Michigan. Following a multi-million dollar renovation project, new owners Victor Dzenowagis and Linda Egeland returned the property to its former glory as a beautifully-designed destination restaurant.
Victor and Linda partnered with Von Staden Architects to incorporate fixtures that married White Horse Inn’s historic charm with innovative technology. Paper towels presented an expensive and time-consuming burden on the business, while traditional hand dryers were unhygienic, messy and hazardous from water on the floor.
Researching online, Linda discovered the latest Dyson Airblade Tap hand dryers and discussed the technology with her architect. The hand dryer's sleek design easily fitted with the design concept and offered both hand washing and drying at the sink. The green and clean solution eliminated paper towel waste and reduced the time needed for staff to check the washrooms.
“Dyson Airblade Tap hand dryers are the first hand drying solution that actually meets every need we have," said Victor. "They are great for customers, and our staff love how much easier maintenance has become.” Since completing installation, White Horse Inn saved money by cutting the need for separate sinks, faucets and paper towel dispensers/hand dryers, along with the costs of maintaining paper towels.
Fast dry time
Other hand dryers can take up to 43 seconds to dry hands. The Dyson Airblade Tap hand dryer uses two high-velocity sheets of air to scrape water from hands – drying hands in 14 seconds.¹
Lowest environmental impact
Up to 69% less expensive to run than other hand dryers. Up to 97% less than paper towels, with up to 74% less CO₂.* Creating a better environment in your washrooms and in the world outside.
Approved for food
Only Dyson Airblade™ hand dryers have been certified globally for use in food preparation environments by meeting both HACCP international standards and the NSF International Protocol P335.