SportsDryer Health Benefits
The key to MRSA, staph, and athlete’s foot prevention
Williams Direct Dryers is dedicated to keeping athletes healthy. After all, when you feel better, you play better. SportsDryers are more than just an athletic equipment dryer; it’s your secret weapon to help win the war against infectious diseases both on and off the field. Warm, damp conditions that typically give way to MRSA, staph and athlete’s foot can be prevented by cleaning equipment thoroughly and practicing proper hygiene. Our drying technology has become a fan favorite known for its ability to help prevent disease.
Williams Direct Dryers kept a certain list firmly in mind when creating this revolutionary piece of drying equipment. We call this list the “Five C’s for Contracting Infections in Contact Sports.” It includes:
- 1) Crowding of people
- 2) Skin Contact
- 3) Cuts
- 4) Contamination of locker rooms
- 5) Lack of Cleanliness of protective gear
When the five C’s come together, illness thrives. Our SportsDryers promises to make an important contribution in the elimination of bacteria and fungus and the prevention of infection.
Disease prevention for athletes is all-encompassing. In addition to maintaining proper hygiene, all athletic equipment must also be cleaned and dried properly to avoid illness. The SportsDryer uses ambient or gently warmed air to quickly remove moisture from all athletic equipment. The stakes are high when it comes to keeping your athletic gear clean and dry, and Williams Direct Dryers has made the process much easier.
We know that the safety of your athletes is first and foremost in your mind. The ability to deal with the issues of infection and contamination in a simple and affordable way has now become reality. Contact us to learn more about how you can make the SportsDryer part of your sports team’s routine.
“ As an ex pro hockey player in Europe the SportsDryer would have been a great help for us in our home rink and on the road. Many players battled infections from wet gear that the SportsDryer would have helped stop. Martin Hak,