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Queen Mary University study area

Queen Mary University of London case study

Queen Mary University building exterior

An environment where students can thrive

From light levels to hygiene, every detail can affect students’ wellbeing, ability to concentrate and overall study experience. Dyson technologies are improving Queen Mary University of London.

Queen Mary University of London interior shot

Optimal lighting for learning and studying

The Cu-Beam Up light uses a custom-engineered bubble optic lens for an ultra-wide distribution of powerful light. This can eliminate weak spots, ideal for study environments where ambient lighting is often complemented by desk lamps.

Queen Mary University washroom facilities

Wash and dry hands at the sink. With minimal water on the floor.

With hands washed and dried at the sink, minimal water drips on the floor, reducing mess and safety hazards.

“They look professional and ensure the washroom facilities reflect the institution’s innovative, premium reputation.” Julien Dixon, Senior Project Manager, Estates and Facilities.

Dyson Airblade V hand dryer in washroom

More hygienic. Less time in the washroom.

Advanced HEPA filtration captures 99.97% of particles the size of bacteria¹ – so hands are dried with cleaner air, not dirty air. And with sheets of 420mph air, hands are dried in less than 14 seconds.²

The Dyson Supersonic Professional, Dyson Airblade 9kJ hand dryer, Dyson purifying fan and Dyson Wash + Dry hand dryer on display

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  • 1 HEPA filter tested to IEST-RP-CC001.6, by an independent testing laboratory, under prescribed test conditions.
  • 2 Dry time determined using Dyson test method 769 based on NSF P335 using a measurement of 0.1g residual moisture.