PEET Dryer Glossary
Depending on the model, two or four tubes rising up from the base of the PEET® Dryer, working to channel gently heated PEET® Dry air up and into the DryPorts™.
APMA Seal of Acceptance
The American Podiatric Medical Association (APMA) Committee on Podiatric Seals scientifically evaluates whether a product allows normal foot function and promotes foot health. The APMA Seal of Acceptance recognizes those products that have been found to be beneficial to foot health.
Canadian Standards Association (CSA) is a nonprofit organization that develops Canadian standards for public safety and health, evaluates products and, through its certification program, identifies those products that meet its standards.
The patented or patent-pending portals at the end of the AirChambers that direct the air for best circulation throughout the gear being dried. Footwear DryPorts are standard equipment on all PEET Dryers; Glove DryPorts and the Helmet DryPort (sold separately) can be attached to most PEET Dryer models.
ETL is a nationally recognized, nonprofit safety organization that
tests electrical components and equipment for potential hazards.
ETL "listing" means that ETL has tested the device and it meets all UL
standard requirements for safety.
Tubes designed to extend the AirChambers on PEET Dryers. Extensions come in pairs. Add one pair of 6-inch Extensions to extend AirChambers to accommodate boots 10 inches or taller; add one pair of 12-inch Extensions to dry hip boots; add two pairs of 12-inch Extensions for chest waders.
Electrostatic technology that combines electronics and physics to help purify the air within an environment. Negative ions that are released by the process attach to positive ions containing contaminants, weighing them down so that they drop out of suspension in the air. See PEET® Pure.
The Go! PEET® Dryer feature that gives you the choice to plug into either a household or car/boat/RV outlet for travel-use.
The convenient travel pouch that comes with the portable Go! PEET® Dryer.
The fan-assisted technology used in the Advantage PEET® Dryer to move either unheated air or to move gently heated PEET Dry air faster than it would rise through the AirChambers with natural convection alone. Although not silent, PEET Power provides “whisper quiet“ drying.
The ability to dry more than one pair of footwear, gloves or a helmet at once. The four AirChambers on the Multi PEET® and Advantage PEET® Dryers accommodate simultaneous drying of two pair of footwear or, with the use of Glove DryPorts or the Helmet DryPort, gear in addition to a pair of footwear.
The choice to dry with or without heat, built into the Advantage PEET® Dryer.
Ionization technology built into the Advantage PEET® Dryer to eliminate contaminants like bacteria, viruses and mold that cause odor, skin irritation and deterioration of materials.
A special temperature-regulating technology that never allows overheating.
UV light technology built into the Go! PEET® Dryer to eliminate contaminants like bacteria, viruses and molds that cause odor, skin irritation and deterioration of materials.
Power source for Propane PEET® Dryer for remote adventures where electricity isn’t an option. One standard 16 oz. bottle (sold separately) dries for over 40 hours.
Underwriters Laboratories (UL) is a nationally recognized, nonprofit safety organization that tests electrical components and equipment for potential hazards. UL “listing” means that Underwriters Laboratories has tested the device and it meets standard requirements for safety.
Ultraviolet Light Technology
The use of ultraviolet (UV) light to neutralize contaminants such as bacteria, viruses and fungi, thereby purifying the surrounding air. See PEET® UV.