Flying One High Velocity Dog Grooming Dryer - Green ..
Flying One high velocity dog/pet dryer is designed for the dog/pet grooming job. The dog/pet dryers allow the users to adjust both the wind speed and the heat.
Sometimes called fluff or finish dryers, stand dryers are usually mounted on a movable post. Air is expelled from the unit at a lower rate than in high velocity dryers, and it makes much less noise. Though this type of dryer can take up floor space, there are ways of mounting it to the ceiling or wall. Many groomers use the stand dryer on dogs with curly coats for the straightening effect it has on the dog's hair. The groomer must ensure that the dog's coat doesn't get too hot, as some dryers do contain a heating unit.
Flying One stand high velocity dog dryer is designed for the pet grooming job. It comes with a stand that makes pet drying easier. The dog dryers allow the users to adjust both the wind speed and the heat.
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These are sometimes called "forced air" dog dryers and are the most efficient dog dryer for removing water from the outer and inner coat. Most of the forced air dog dryers do not have auxiliary heaters and any forced air dog dryer you may be looking at should not have a heater. The high velocity air flow that these dog dryers produce help in penetrating the thick coats and remove the water efficiently. Care must be given when using these high pressure dog dryers near sensitive parts of the dog (eyes, ears, orifices). Also, be careful not to use high pressure on frail or older dogs around their hearts and kidneys. A professional groomer should always take in consideration the age and condition of the dog before deciding how to groom the dog. The big advantage of the forced air dog dryers is time-savings. There is no faster way to remove water from the coat. The faster you remove the water, the more time you will have to do actual grooming.So how does a dog groomer choose the best hair dryer for their furry clients? There are several factors to consider, such as budget, temperature, speed, type of dog, and storage within your salon. As a new dog groomer, we recommend purchasing a high-velocity dryer, while more experienced groomers can purchase a stand dryer as a second option. Read on for our full guide to different dog dryers, and get some great product suggestions!Today, high velocity dryers are a staple in any grooming salon or home to dry pets. With new technology, high velocity (also called forced air dryers) offer variable speed controls that allow extremely gentle to super powerful airflow. The lowest air setting is recommended when using the dryer on pets with skin issues, cats, or young puppies. Adjusting the dryer to a low airflow is also advised when using around the ears, face, feet and other sensitive areas of a pet. However, there is nothing like a powerful force dryer on high to loosen shedding undercoat, blow off dirt and debris, blast off water, and quickly dry large pets. A high velocity dryer can straighten and fluff a curly coated dog as well as help separate matted areas. Separating the coat with a high velocity dryer helps to note any warts, skin issues, ticks, fleas, cuts or abrasions before the grooming. High velocity dryers are a must by the tub area and at each grooming station.1. Forced-air dryer: High-velocity dryers, also known as “forced-air dryers”, use high-pressure air to blow excess water out of a dog’s coat and are the most powerful and efficient dryers on the market. In terms of appearance, these dryers resemble a canister vacuum cleaner, but blow air out rather than sucking it in. Some major benefits of the high-velocity dryer are that it straightens and dries the coat while simultaneously pushing it straight. As a result, groomers do not have to constantly brush while drying. Cubic feet per minute (CFM) is a measurement of how many cubic feet of air a dryer can blast out per minute, so when shopping for a high-velocity dryer, look for one with a flow between 100 and 300 CFM (170 to 500 cubic metres per hour), as well as one that has padding or a special casing to minimize noise. This will help your dogs feel more comfortable during the dry! It is also extremely important to protect yourself while using a high-velocity dryer, and we recommend wearing protective head gear.