More and more chemicals and pathogens are making their way into our air and subsequently - our homes. Dyson has recognised this problem and wasted no time in creating an innovative solution.
Dyson’s air purifiers are specifically engineered to ensure the three elements of good air purification: Efficient Filtration, Whole Room Air Mixing and Intelligent Sensing.
The Dyson Pure Hot+Cool Link purifier heater features innovative technology such as compact filtration technology, 360° Glass HEPA filter, and an additional layer of activated carbon for better gas capture. 6.3 meters in length, it’s pleated over 200 times and stays compact and simple to position.
The filter in the Dyson Pure Hot+Cool Link purifier heater has 10 years worth of research and testing ingrained in it and captures 99.95% of fine particles on its own. This element focuses on capturing harmful particles such as allergens and pollutants including but not limited to Formaldehyde, Benzene, Toluene and Napthalene, keeping you and your family safe.
James Dyson said: “We have been developing filtration systems for 25 years starting with vacuums that manipulate airflow using sophisticated cyclones to capture pollutants. Now, our obsessive approach to engineering has led us to take a different approach to purification. It is our most advanced purifying technology yet to ensure that the air in our homes is cleaner.”
If you’re at home or even out on the town – when left on, this clever machine detects pollutants in the air and automatically purifies the environment as well as keeping track of it to keep your home at your preferred temperature. Users can track the air quality with the integrated Dyson Link app which will supply live reporting on indoor as well as outdoor air quality, based on the location you set. The app will let you know how good the quality of your air is and additionally showcases humidity and temperature graphs too for those who want a comprehensive report on their environment.
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