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Mitsubishi Jet Towel Now Available in White

The Mitsubishi Jet Towel, the world’s first 10-second hand dryer, launches the white finish today. The new color option will provide more options for building owners looking to include the world’s premiere hand dryer in their buildings.

Mar 19 2014, 4:04am CDT | by

Seattle, WA, March 19, 2014 --(PR.com)-- The Mitsubishi Jet Towel, the first hand dryer to use two jets of air to wipe hands dry, launched a white version of its slim series in the USA today. Formerly available in just charcoal grey with a silver front panel, the white finish will provide more flexibility to match various restroom color schemes.

“The white finish will be a perfect fit for hospitals, offices, or other white dominant restrooms,” says Michael Blaskowsky, General Manager of Pacarc, US distributors of the Jet Towel, “while the grey slim model will match the stainless fixtures. Whatever your restroom color scheme, there is a Jet Towel to meet your needs.”

The slim series – the eighth generation of Jet Towel – received an extremely positive reception after launching in the US last year. Restrooms looking for a brighter, lighter feel can now incorporate the Jet Towel into operations easier. “This is just one exciting development among many.” continues Blaskowsky. “I can’t say more, but look for even more exciting developments in the future.”

For more information, contact:

Michael Blaskowsky
General Manager
(206) 547-4591
info@pacarc.com
http://www.mitsubishijettowel.com

Contact Information:
Pacarc
Michael Blaskowsky
(206) 547-4591
Contact via Email
www.mitsubishijettowel.com

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