Dyson technology. For a cleaner, more hygienic educational environment.

Reassuring anyone based in an educational environment that their campus is clean and hygienic has never been more important.

Teams of Dyson scientists, engineers and microbiologists have developed air purification, hand drying and floorcare technology to ensure the campus is hygienically clean.

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  • Dyson purifier removing pollutants from air

    Air purification

    Automatically senses, captures and traps pollutants for cleaner air. Dyson purifiers are fully sealed to HEPA H13 standard1, preventing pollutants leaking back into the air. So what goes inside, stays inside.

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  • Woman using Dyson Airblade to dry hands

    Hand dryers

    Hygienically dries hands with clean air. Without paper waste. Touch-free sensors detect the presence of hands to trigger the release of HEPA-purified air2. Eliminating the need for single-use paper towels, while creating a better environment in your washrooms and the world outside.

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  • Man using Dyson cordless vacuum to clean floors

    Cordless vacuums

    With up to 60 minutes of fade-free suction3 detect and capture invisible dust particles. With scientific proof of a deep clean for your campus floors.

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Dyson purifiers

Dyson purifiers. Engineered to help improve indoor air quality.

Airborne pollutants can build-up in your classroom.

Dyson purifiers capture bacteria, VOCs and H1N1 virus.5 The HEPA+Carbon filter captures gases and 99.95% of particles5 as small as 0.1 microns. Our catalytic filter continuously destroys formaldehyde.7

Cooling you with purified air8. To create a comfortable educational environment.

Dr Gareth Morris, Science and research manager at Dyson explains Dyson purifiers.

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Dyson purifiers for the classroom

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    Captures

    Three phases of purification sit within our fully-sealed filtration and airflow system. To trap pollutants inside, removing them from the air. Giving you reassurance that what goes inside, stays inside.1

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    Destroys

    Formaldehyde can emit from many types of furniture and flooring over time. Dyson's catalytic filter continuously converts it into water and CO2 – and never needs replacing.7

  • Internal sensing technology and LCD screen showing formaldehyde detected

    Senses and reports

    Integrated sensors constantly analyse your air, while our unique algorithm cross-checks data every second. It diagnoses pollutants at a molecular level, displaying live results on the LCD.

  • Dyson Purifier purifying

    Cools you

    In warmer weather, a powerful stream of purified airflow can cool you down8.

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    Capture VOCs

    Using equipment such as printers can lead to an increase in VOC emissions. The advanced sensors at the heart of Dyson purifiers automatically detect while filters capture and trap them. Removing them from the air.

  • LCD screen showing air quality

    H1N1 Virus

    Germs in a sneeze can travel over 6 metres. Dyson purifiers are proven to capture 99.95% of particles1 as small as 0.1 microns. While removing the H1N1 virus.5

Dyson Link App

Control and monitor air quality and performance from anywhere with the Dyson Link app, or hands free with compatible voice services.

Man sits in front of Dyson purifier using the Dyson Link app on a smart phone

Dyson Airblade™ hand dryers

Touch-free hand dryers with HEPA filtration

Damp hands can transfer up to 1,000 times more bacteria than dry hands.9

Dyson Airblade™ hand dryers are engineered to dry hands hygienically. Improving hand hygiene throughout the learning environment.

Dr Gareth Morris, Science and research manager at Dyson talks through Dyson Airblade.

Woman drying hands with Dyson Airblade 9kJ

Dyson Airblade™ hand dryers for educational environments

  • Hands being placed under sensors

    Touch-free

    Sensors automatically detect the presence of hands, triggering the release of HEPA purified air.

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    Fast dry times

    Designed for busy washrooms, fast dry times of 10-14 seconds10 help to reduce washroom queues.

  • Filter catching dirty air

    Hygienically dries hands with clean air

    The HEPA filter captures 99.95% of particles2 as small as 0.1 microns. While also removing bacteria11.

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    Acoustically engineered

    Dyson Airblade 9kJ hand dryer is acoustically tuned to reduce noise and minimise disturbance without compromising performance.

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    Hygienic and independently proven safe12

    Independent testing has proven the hygienic Dyson Airblade™ hand dryer to be a safe alternative to paper towels. Without the waste.

Dyson cordless vacuums

Detect and capture invisible dust particles. With scientific proof of a deep clean.

Visibly-clean surfaces inspire confidence in hygiene. But cleaning invisible dust is just as important. That’s why Dyson created the Dyson V11™ Absolute+ cordless vacuum.

With up to 60 minutes of run-time4 and powerful Dyson suction. To keep you in control of deep cleans.

Listen to Dr Gareth Morris, Science and research manager at Dyson on Dyson vacuums.

Man cleaning floor with Dyson V15 Detect vacuum

Dyson cordless vacuums for educational environments

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    Intelligently reports in real time

    Monitors system performance 8,000 times a second, then reports in real time on the LCD screen.

  • Close up of Dyson Hyperdymium motor

    Dyson Hyperdymium™ motor

    A Dyson Hyperdymium™ motor spins up to 125,000rpm to generate powerful suction.13

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    Up to 60 minutes run time4

    Two interchangeable Click-in batteries provide up to 60 minutes4 of fade-free power3 each to clean here, there and everywhere around your office.

Also available in the Dyson for business range

Dyson lighting intelligently tracks14 local daylight to transform educational spaces with long-lasting15 LED light

Poor lighting can affect visual acuity and even well-being. Dyson lighting provides powerful, precise lighting to improve task performance.

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Why choose Dyson for business

1 Particle challenge by DEHS oil specified in EN1822 within a chamber specified in ASTM F3150.
2 HEPA filter tested to EN1822-5, by an independent testing laboratory, under prescribed test conditions.
3 Based on the third-party lab, the suction test shall be carried out under the full load of the dust drum according to the requirements of clauses 5.8 and 5.9 of IEC 52885-4. During the test, the machine is in power mode. The experimental results reflect the results of the product in one use. Depending on the experimental conditions, the experimental results may be different from the actual use. According to chapter 5.8 of the standard QB / T 1552-2014, "the difference between the test value and the indicated value shall not be greater than 3%". When the test result of the sample is less than 3%, it can be indicated that the suction loss of the product is 0, that is, there is no suction loss.
4 In Eco mode on hard floor. Run time will vary based on power mode, floor type and/or attachments used.
5 We challenged our purifier with airborne influenza A (H1N1 virus) at an independent lab. After 50 minutes at maximum fan speed, the airborne concentration in the chamber was reduced by 99%. Real-life efficacy may vary.
6 Challenged by DEHS oil particles, the test is based on ISO 29463 standard, conducted by SGS in the United States shows that the filter efficiency of the filter screen is 99.95% and above. The report number is IBR jn: 23232b1 R1.
7 Third party full machine testing based on GB/T 18801-2015 formaldehyde cumulative clean mass testing with continuous injection until plateau of formaldehyde CADR is achieved. Results may vary in practice.
8 Fan; Not air conditioning equipment, without refrigeration function.
9 D. R. PATRICK, G. FINDON and T. E. MILLER: Residual moisture determines the level of touch contact associated bacterial transfer following hand washing, Epidemiol. Infect. (1997): 119, 319-325.
10 Dry time determined using Dyson test method 769 based on NSF P335 to a measurement of 0.1g residual moisture.
11 Tested by an independent laboratory, under prescribed test conditions, using the bacteria Brevundimonas diminuta.
12 Suen et al. 2019 SR and based on bacteria in air and aerosols (0.3 to >5 microns) measured during hand drying in 28.5 m3 test chamber, in a study conducted by independent third-party laboratory.
13 Suction tested to IEC 52885-4 CL5.8 and CL5.9, tested at the flexible inlet, loaded to bin full, in Boost mode and compared to previous mode that launched in this market.