Dyson air purifier technology captures and seals 99.95% of particles as small as 0.12

Potentially harmful particles and gases can be found throughout your home.

These include:

  • PM 10

    Pollen and allergens from plants and flowers

  • PM 5.0

    Bacteria and mold

  • PM 2.5

    Industrial emissions

  • PM 0.3

    Ultrafine particles and viruses

  • Dust mites

    Commonly found in mattresses

  • Odours

    Household fumes and cooking

  • Benzene and VOCs

    Cleaning products and scented candles

  • Nitrogen Dioxide

    Gas stoves and card exhausts

  • Pet dander

    Dead skin cells from pets

Formaldehyde is 500X smaller than PM0.1

It's a potentially harmful chemical, emitted by numerous household products. It's particularly difficult to capture, and can pollute continuously.

Extreme close ups of harmful particles and gases, including formaldehyde.

Captures and destroys

The advanced 360˚ filtration system captures potentially harmful pollutants and removes gases.3 And destroys formaldehyde continuously.4

HEPA and carbon filters capture pollutants and gases

Sealed HEPA filters capture 99.95% of ultrafine pollutants, while activated carbon removes gases. This includes benzene and NO2.3

Destroys formaldehyde. Continuously.4

A dense web of atom-sized chambers surround formaldehyde molecules. Active oxygen molecules react with the catalyst to convert them into tiny amounts of water and CO2.

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Air multiplier technology projects purified air throughout your whole room5

1Source – Impact of Air-Conditioning filters on Microbial Growth and Indoor Air Pollution, Al-abdalall et al. * It may vary from literature findings depending on actual performance of specific AC units and/or real-life environment and/or maintenance habits etc.
2Based on independent external testing of filters to the EN1822 standard. For bacteria size, please refer to Robertson, J. Gomersall, M., & Gill, P. (1975). Mycoplasma hominis: growth, reproduction, and isolation of small viable cells. Journal of bacteriology, 124(2), 1007-18. H1N1 was selected to represent virus.
3Tested to JEM 1467 (acetic acid, acetaldehyde, ammonia), GB/T18801 (formaldehyde, benzene) and DTM-003282 (NO2). Capture rates vary. Tested for filtration efficiency at 0.1 microns (EN1822).
4Third party full machine testing based on GB/T 18801-2018 formaldehyde cumulative clean mass testing with continuous injection until plateau of formaldehyde CADR is achieved. Results may vary in practice.
5Tested for filtration efficiency at 0.1 microns (EN1822), air projection, purification coverage in a 81m3 room and heating performance in a 35m3 room.