Dyson has introduced the Dyson Airblade 9kJ equipped with HEPAfilter hand dryer. With a completely unique design and cutting-edge technology, the Dyson Airblade 9kJ hand dryer enables people to dry their hands quickly and hygienically in just 10 seconds, while using less energy and offering an alternative to single-use paper towels. The hand dryer costs is designed to suit any commercial or public washroom, from offices, shopping malls and restaurants, to public spaces, amusement parks, schools, hospitals and hotels.
The Dyson Airblade 9kJ hand dryer machine has been three years in development, with over 700 prototypes made. With an advanced motor and airflow technology, the new Dyson Airblade 9kJ hand dryer claims to use up to 80 per cent less energy than the original Dyson Airblade™ hand dryer, while producing up to 85 per cent less carbon dioxide emissions per dry than paper towels.
The hand dryer employs pioneering Dyson technology including a Curved Blade™ design powered by the Dyson digital motor V4, which spins at up to 75 000 rpm, sheets of air flow up to 388mph through two 0.45mm curved apertures that follow the contours of the hands, removing water in less time. The powerful Dyson digital motor V4 shifts 23 l of air per second, allowing the Dyson hand dryer to quickly dry hands.
Additionally with features like Touch-free operation the intelligent machine uses ‘Time of flight’ sensors that accurately detect hands in 0.2 seconds to activate air without wasting energy. With a fleece-lined glass fibre HEPA filter, which captures 99.95 per cent of particles, including bacteria and viruses, from the washroom air, the machine uses clean air to dry hands. It also features 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, making them more direct and therefore reducing sound output. The motor housing of the Dyson digital motor V4 regulates airflow paths through the motor, reducing noisy turbulence. The motor is mounted on silicon rubber to further reduce noise, and the specially designed opencell foam silencers absorb vibrations from air entering and exiting the motor.