The Dyson air purifier tower fan combines Dyson’s expertise in airflow, filtration and electronics to not only reduce the temperature indoors but also to reduce air pollution and purify every corner of the room.
While some people leave their homes closed, wanting to reduce the pollution from the outside coming in, what many fail to realise is that there are factors that cause pollution which stem from inside our homes as well.
Sources like stoves which emit particulate matter during combustion, indoor plants even which produce microscopic pollen, pet hair and disintegrated faeces, chemical from scented candles, foam from furniture… the list of potential pollutants is endless. And as modern homes are becoming better sealed to comply with energy efficiency requirements, pollutants can be trapped inside and circulation of airflow can become compromised.
Fret not however as the latest Dyson Pure Cool purifying fan – which comes in a large tower format for floor placement – automatically purifies entire rooms well, capturing gases and up to 99.95% of ultrafine particles as small as 0.1 microns.
How does the Dyson air purifier tower fan do this, you ? All via three smart steps:
Sensing – Firstly the Dyson Pure Cool air purifier tower fan has automatic sensing in real time, which allows it to measure and detect pollutants, harmful chemicals and dangerous toxins in the air around. This on top of a sensor which ensures that the room is cool and not humid.
Capturing – The improved filter in the new Dyson Pure Cool air purifier tower fan captures even particulate matter as well as gases. The engineers over at Dyson successfully incorporated 60% more HEPA media into the taller and deeper filter, thus using three times more activated carbon, which can absorb gases, odours, domestic fumes and volatile organic compounds more efficiently. This will be extremely useful especially during seasons of haziness.
Dyson filters meet the industry standards of EN1822 and H13-A filter class, which translates to it being able to capture 99.95% of particle pollution as small as 0.1 microns, including allergens, bacteria, pollen and mould.
Projecting – The Dyson Pure Cool air purifier tower fan is the only purifier with Air Multiplier technology and 350 degree oscillation, allowing it to project clean air to every corner of the room. By expanding the degree of oscillation to 350 degrees and using Air Multiplier technology, the machine can project 290 litres of purified air per second to every corner of the room.
There are also two modes that the Dyson Pure Cool air purifier tower fan is capable of: Fan mode and Diffused mode.
With the fan mode, a baffle stays in place to deliver a powerful, frontward stream of purified air. This will keep you cool on hot day while purifying the room. Then if you switch to the Diffused mode, the baffle moves to block the front aperture, diverting air through the rear of the annular loop at a 45 degree angle. Due to the aperture being wider, this creates a more diffused airflow, uses less energy and generates less noise. All while purification effectiveness is maintained, without the cooling airflow – particularly useful for rainy days and cool mornings.
To top it all off, the Dyson Link app enables you to track indoor and outdoor pollution, temperature and humidity levels. Plus you can also use it to control your machine and see how many hours of filter life you have left. The app is available for download for both iOS and Android devices. And the best part is that the software features over-the-air updates, so users will remain up-to-date as newer technology features are added into the model.
The new Dyson Pure Cool purifying fans come in two versions – a larger tower format for floor placement, and a smaller desk format for desks, worktops and floors. Both machines are available in a White/Silver colour and Iron/Blue colour and have a two year parts and labour guarantee.
Shop now for your own Dyson Pure Cool air purifier tower fan, here.