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AmeraProducts, Inc. Tip: A hand dryer in a public restroom that is handicap-accessible should protrude from the wall (but not more than 4 inches) for easier access and so blind people can feel them. When possible, choose a dryer in a color that differs from the surrounding wall visually-impaired people can see them more easily.
|Sheri Ann Richerson|