Excel Dryer (UK) Ltd is a privately owned company that has sole distribution and marketing rights for all Excel Dryer products throughout the UK and Europe including XLERATOReco high-speed energy saving hand dryers.

Our mission is to revolutionise washrooms throughout the world by providing our customers with a super fast, highly efficient and economical hand drying solution. At Excel Dryer quality and style come as standard.

For years the technology used to create hand dryers remained virtually unchanged, and many hand dryer models on the market today are still based on the first 1948 electrical hand dryer design. We worked with rocket scientists and top engineers to examine every detail of the hand drying process and developed XLERATOReco, a revolutionary and award-winning hand dryer of the future.

In dealing with Excel Dryer (UK) you will be purchasing one of the best high-speed hand dryers on the market accompanied with the highest levels of customer service at the time of sale and beyond.

We offer our staff a fun and dynamic work environment and we are confident that our sales team will be able to assist you with all your hand dryer needs. We are based in New Malden, Surrey, and Harrogate, North Yorkshire. There are a number of ways you can get in touch.

The manufacturing operations of Excel Dryer are based in the United States at East Long Meadow, Massachusetts.

Please visit our online store to view our range of hand dryers.


We conduct research about climate science and sustainable construction, so we need to lead by example. Manufacturers like Excel Dryer – who continue to innovate sustainable products like the high speed, energy efficient XLERATOReco hand dryer – allow us do thatDan Fernbank, Energy Manager, University of Reading
We are very happy with the 20 Xlerator hand dryers installed around our main campus in various academic buildings and the refectory as part of our ongoing sustainability campaign. They replaced paper towels and a mix of older hand dryers and with only 500W energy consumption, they are much more sustainable. The dryers have operated without any problems.Dr Julian Greaves, Carbon & Energy Reduction Manager, Bath Spa University