• 10–12 second dry time1
• Hygienic performance with HEPA filter2
• Up to 99% less expensive than single–use paper towels3
• 5-year parts warranty, easy self-service
• Max and Eco mode available
Powered by the Dyson digital motor V4, which spins at up to 75,000 rpm, sheets of air flow up to 388 miles per hour through two 0.018-inch curved apertures that follow the contours of hands, removing water in less time. The blades are positioned at an angle of 70 degrees for fast, comfortable hand drying.
The machine uses ‘time of flight’ sensors that accurately detect hands to activate air. The sensors are calibrated to detect hands in 0.25 seconds for quick activation. Similarly, once hands are out of the area covered by the sensor the machine will stop quickly.
The Dyson Airblade 9kJ hand dryer has a fleece-lined glass fiber HEPA filter, which captures 99.97 percent of particles, including bacteria and viruses from the washroom air so the machine uses clean air to dry hands.
In addition, the body of the machine is made from stainless steel for easy cleaning and maintenance.
The unit has silencers made from open-cell foam and perforated discs, reducing noise as airflow passes through the motor.
To achieve the reduction in noise, Dyson re-designed the airflow paths through the machine to create a straight line configuration. This allows for a simpler airflow path which reduces air turbulence and therefore reducing sound output. The new straight line configuration also helps with less energy consumption.
The motor housing of the Dyson digital motor V4 regulates airflow paths through the motor, reducing noisy turbulence. The motor is mounted on silicone rubber to further reduce noise, and the specially designed open-cell foam silencers absorb vibrations from air entering and exiting the motor.