Dyson Airblade Tap Hand Dryer: Technology and Design

Dyson engineers work tirelessly to invent new and better technology and solve the problems that others ignore. They transform every category they enter with radical and iconic reinventions that work, perform and look very different.

Whether it’s a five star hotel or a global HQ, technology can help or hinder the experiences of customers and employees. When it doesn’t work properly, it can have a negative effect on comfort and wellbeing. Dyson technology is engineered to enhance each space, helping to create environments that put hygiene, performance and sustainability at the forefront.

The Dyson Airblade Tap hand dryer

The innovative design and technology behind the Dyson Airblade Tap hand dryer enables hands to be washed and dried at the sink. Users don‘t need to move to a separate drying area, so no water is dripped on the floor and more space is available in the washroom.

Fast and hygienic

The Dyson Airblade Tap hand dryer is powered by the Dyson digital motor V4, one of the world’s smallest, fully integrated 1600W motors. It generates sheets of air travelling at 430 mph, which scrape water from hands in just 12 seconds. Combined with a HEPA filter which removes 99.95% of bacteria, hands are dried with cleaner air rather than dirty washroom air.

Low environmental impact

The Dyson Airblade Tap hand dryer has a lower environmental impact than other hand drying methods. It produces 4.0g of CO2 per dry – up to 74% less than other hand dryers and up to 71% less than paper towels*.

Free up your washroom

Other hand drying methods take up valuable wall and floor space. By washing and drying hands at the sink, the Dyson Airblade Tap hand dryer leaves more space for extra facilities or simply a more minimalist aesthetic.

To learn more about how the Dyson Airblade Tap hand dryer can transform your washroom call us 01 401 8300 or email: professional.ireland@dyson.com

(*Calculated using PE International GaBi software and method developed with Carbon Trust based on five years’ use and dry times measured using Dyson test method 769 based on NSF P335 with a measurement of 0.1g residual moisture.)