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Humidifiers Technology

Smart engineering. Intelligent humidification.

Exploring inside Dyson humidifier

Ultraviolet Cleanse technology.

Water from the tank is channelled along a specially designed cold cathode UV-C bulb. It uses an intense shortwave light to penetrate cells and disrupt the DNA of organisms such as bacteria, viruses and fungi. A three-minute cycle kills 99.9% of bacteria in the water.

Tank inside Dyson humidifier
Atomisation illustration

Piezoelectric transducer.

The water runs into a chamber, where a piezoelectric transducer converts a high-frequency electronic signal into a high-frequency mechanical oscillation. The transducer oscillates at 1.7 million times a second, with this ultrasonic frequency atomizing the water into a fine mist.

Airflow inside Dyson humidifier

Air Multiplier™ technology.

With technologies found in turbochargers and jet engines, Air Multiplier™ technology amplifies airflow 17 times, using applied fluid dynamics. Airflow generated by the motor induces air behind the machine, while surrounding air follows the airflow in a process known as entrainment. This creates a long-range stream of airflow, accelerated through the rear aperture.

 Dyson humidifier air flow

High-velocity hygienic mist.

A small amount of airflow is siphoned off, channelling the hygienic mist into the annular loop, and out through the front aperture. Meanwhile, 30 litres of air per second accelerate out of the rear aperture – entraining up to 300l/s. The jets meet, projecting the mist evenly throughout the room.

45 per cent digital figure

Intelligent climate control.

A built-in sensor uses a thermostat to monitor temperature, and humidistat to detect the level of moisture in the air. It reports back to an intelligent microprocessor, which uses the humidex scale to automatically adjust the level of humidity.

  • Litres of air per second entrained

  • Times air is amplified

  • Transducer oscillations per second