Dedicated to the women who love the fresh air

Mother’s Day is coming, what better time to give Mother and special women a gift that brings fresh and cool air? With the increasing heat background, the risk of pollutant emissions may also increase in hot weather. Not only that, indoor pollution can come from outside when we open a window or door, but can also be generated from daily indoor activities in the use of cleaning products, Candles and cooking smoke. The Dyson Purifier Cool Formaldehyde air purifier is designed to automatically recognize and draw in 99.95% of ultrafine gases and particles, emitting a stream of pure air while cooling the entire room. A smart, responsive and reliable product that ensures our home is truly healthy.

Whereas other liquid formaldehyde sensors are prone to wear and tear over time and are easily confused when it comes to differentiating volatile Organic Compounds that cause pollution, Dyson’s new semi-conductor formaldehyde electronic sensor works with a unique algorithm that accurately monitors formaldehyde levels – intelligently ignoring other gases, detected by a dedicated VOC sensor.

Unafraid of hardship and never self-satisfied, Dyson’s engineering team has redesigned the machine’s airflow path to achieve a standard completely sealed HEPA 13 filter – not only ensuring that there is no the air passes through the filter, but also blocks any potential leak points where dirt could enter the air stream. This means that Dyson’s latest purifier removes 99.95% of fine dust particles as small as 0.1 micrometer. Improvements in airflow path have made the Dyson Purifier Cool Formaldehyde air purifier 20% quieter, reducing unwanted indoor noises, without affecting filtration performance.

Alex Knox, Vice President of Environmental Care at Dyson said: “The release of formaldehyde made it difficult to detect in homes for many years. Dyson has built a machine that provides the ability to accurately and successfully sense, capture, and remove contaminants. Our semiconductor electronic sensors do not degrade in performance over time, extending the life of the machine. The COVID-19 pandemic has raised global awareness of the air we breathe, and Dyson is committed to providing cleaner air through innovations and technologies that are at the forefront of our mission.”

The Indoor Generation

Every day, humans breathe up to 9,000 liters of air, and even before the COVID-19 pandemic, we were already spending 90% of our time indoors. As our homes increasingly become spaces where we work, exercise as well as rest and relax, ensuring the quality of the air we breathe in every aspect of our lives is critical. debatable.

There are many sources of pollution in the house, releasing into the air pollutants such as PM10, PM2.5, VOC, NO.2 and formaldehyde. Pollution sources are present in every aspect of everyday life, whether it’s the PM2.5 emitted during cooking, the VOCs emitted from cleaning products, or the persistent formaldehyde released from furniture in living room. Constantly improving and constantly innovating, the Dyson Purifier Cool Formaldehyde air purifier reflects the latest technology in three core areas: sensing, filtering and acoustic engineering.

Accurately detects and removes formaldehyde

Besides the dust sensor, NO2, VOCs, temperature and humidity are available, the integration of an intelligent formaldehyde sensor helps to ensure accurate detection of pollutants throughout the life of the machine. Liquid formaldehyde sensors can be easily damaged as they dry out over time. Powered by an electrochemical battery, Dyson’s formaldehyde sensor doesn’t dry out, and its unique intelligent algorithm helps it cross-check data every second, selectively detecting formaldehyde to avoid confusion with other VOCs.

Dyson’s Selective Catalytic Oxidisation (SCO) filter continuously removes formaldehyde at the molecular level. The catalytic filter has a unique coating, similar in structure to the mineral Cryptomelane. Billions of slits the size of an atom are the optimal size and shape to capture and remove formaldehyde, breaking it down into small amounts of water and CO2. Then regenerate from the oxygen in the air to continue to remove them continuously without ever needing to change this filter.

Whole machine HEPA filter

Not only the filter, but the whole unit meets the HEPA H13 standard. It captures H1N1 virus and 99.95% of particles as small as 0.1 micrometer such as allergens, bacteria, H1N1 virus, pollen and mold spores. Dyson engineers took the forensic approach to achieving a completely sealed machine that creates high-pressure seals at 24 critical points, preventing dirty air from passing through filters or carrying pollutants. infected back into the room.

Designed with acoustic engineering to be 20% quieter

Dyson engineers have stepped up efforts to reduce the sound output of Dyson Pure Cool Formaldehyde while maintaining filtering performance. Through an iterative design, testing and build process managed at Dyson Development Center Malaysia’s in-house acoustics lab, this machine has been redesigned to operate more than 20 times quieter. %. To achieve this noise reduction effect, Dyson engineers have refined the overall airflow path by widening the aperture (the slot through which air exits the machine) and its shape has been improved. . This reduces the amount of friction between the air and the surface of the machine, resulting in less sound being produced. Noise level reduced from 64 to 61 decibels at full fan speed.

Air Multiplier Technology

Using Dyson Air Multiplier Technology, it can deliver pure air to every corner of the room. Auto mode allows the unit to maintain room temperature and air quality, while the unit can be fully controlled using the Dyson Link app and activated by voice control.

Designed for practical homes

This machine is designed for real spaces. The industry standard for testing air purifiers measures performance using laboratory testing, conducted in a compact 12m² chamber, with a ceiling fan for air circulation and a sensor. inside the room to measure air quality. To make the test more representative, Dyson’s POLAR test performed in a room larger than 27m² with no additional fans, using eight sensors in the corners of the room and one sensor in the center to collect air quality data.

The new Dyson Purifier Cool Formaldehyde air purifier is available in two colors white/gold and metal/gold and is sold for VND 21,590,000.

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By Nguyen Manh Cuong

Nguyen Manh Cuong is the author and founder of the cydiaguide blog. With over 14 years of experience in Online Marketing, he now runs a number of successful websites, and occasionally shares his experience & knowledge on this blog.