Dyson’s new Dyson Pure Cool™ purifier fan traps small, invisible and potentially harmful pollutant particles.

OCTOBER 11, 2016

Today in South Africa, Dyson launches a new purifier fan technology which removes 99.95% of potentially harmful ultrafine particles, as small as PM0.1, from household air.

Air purifiers can help capture pollution, bacteria and viruses, as well as pollen, allergens and odours. But some existing purifiers are inefficient, forcing air through their filters, allowing potentially harmful, ultrafine particles to escape back into the room.

The Dyson Pure Cool™ purifier fan uses Dyson’s 360° Glass HEPA filter. This technology captures 99.95% of particles as small as PM0.1 – trapping them in the filter, and projecting cleaner, purified air around the room evenly and quietly.

James Dyson says: “There is more to air than meets the eye. Dyson engineers focused on capturing ultrafine particles as small as 0.1 microns.  Our unique 360° Glass HEPA filter is made of 1.1 square metres of constructed borosilicate microfibres, pleated 254 times; it means we can capture 99.95% of particles, as small as PM0.1

Dyson patented technology

Using powerful Air Multiplier™ technology and an energy-efficient DC motor, the Dyson Pure Coolpurifier fan draws in air via a mixed flow impeller.

The air is passed through a 360° Glass HEPA filter, before cleaner air is passed through the amplifier loop at a high velocity and directed over an airfoil-shaped ramp. This way, a long-range stream of smooth air is released, purifying the air you breathe.