Breathe cleaner air at every moment
Many indoor activties and household products release invisible pollutants. Dyson air purifiers have been engineered to remove airborne particles – so you can breathe cleaner air.
Home isn't always a safe haven. On average, we spend over 14 hours a day breathing polluted air generated inside the house.
Frying food with oil at high temperatures can release oil particles and odours into the air.
The emissions released from cooking can vary based on the cooking temperature, method and ingredients. Higher emissions are generated when ingredients that are high in fat, like oil and salmon, are cooked at high temperatures. Even after cooking, potentially harmful pollutants which can be toxic to people and pets hang around in the air.
The proteins found in pet’s hair, saliva and urine can trigger allergic reactions for some pet owners.
Pet dander is made up of tiny, microscopic flakes of skin and protein particles. As pets move around the home, their dander lingers in the air before settling on surfaces. Exposure to these airborne particles can cause unpleasant symptoms such as sneezing, breathing difficulties, watering or itchy eyes, skin rashes, and eczema flares.
During periods of physical activity, more airborne pollutants are inhaled as a result of faster breathing.
Dust mites, pollen, skin cells, and pet dander are typical allergens found in house dust composition. Movement throughout the home can disturb settled dust, making it airborne. Breathing in allergens can be associated with asthma and eczema, and inflammation of the nose including nasal congestion, a runny nose, and sneezing.
Captures dust, allergens, bacteria and gases.² Even destroys formaldehyde.³
Most indoor pollutants can't be seen or smelled. Dyson air purfiers constantly monitor your indoor air quality – automatically sensing airborne particles and then displaying real-time reports on the LCD screen.⁴
In our latest air purifiers it's not just the filter that's sealed to HEPA 13 standard, it's the whole machine.² This prevents pollutants from being expelled back into the room after they've been removed from the airflow.
We test our machines beyond industry standards, so they're suitable for real homes. Dyson air purfiers are engineered with Air Multiplier™ technology, to draw in distant pollutants and project purified air into every corner of the room.⁵
Explore Dyson purifiers and find the right one for your home
Yes, our latest purifiers remove 97% of cooking odours⁶ and cat urine odours.⁷
Dyson's lastest purifiers are 20% quieter than the previous model⁸, making them ideal for bedrooms and working environments. Night mode initiates the quietest setting and a dimmed display, while a sleep timer enables you to pre-set intervals of use.
We recommend replacing the HEPA+Carbon filter every 12 months (based on 12 hours a day of use) – so this may vary depending on usage and pollution levels. You'll be notified via the MyDyson app or LCD screen when it's time to replace the filter. The formaldehyde-destroying catalytic filter never needs replacing.
Yes. Diffused mode diverts airflow through the back of the machine to purify the whole room, without cooling you. This means you can use your Dyson purifier all year round.
Dyson engineers are perfectionists. Channelling our relentless dissatisfaction, we have re-engineered the Dyson Purifier range to be our first purifiers fully sealed to HEPA H13 standard. Capturing 99.97% of ultrafine particles and preventing pollutants from leaking back into the air you breathe.²
¹ US Environmental Protection Agency
² Gas capture rates vary.
³ 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.
⁴ In Auto mode.
⁵ In maximum setting. Tested for air projection (DTM801), purification coverage in a 2860ft3 room (TM-003771).
⁶ Tested to removal of grilled salmon and Korean barbecue odour to EN 13725.
⁷ Tested to removal of cat urine odour to EN 13725.