Dyson Humidifier also kills 99.9% bacteria in your room

Posted on Oct 24 2014 - 12:35pm by TechliveTech
Dyson Humidifier - Dyson’s second new product after its first bladeless fan

Dyson Humidifier – Dyson’s second new product after its first bladeless fan

Dyson’s second new product after its first blade-less fan (introduced five years ago) is an air humidifier. It is natural for someone to think as to why it took so long for the company to just give out a humidifier, but believe me it is not just an air humidifier but something more than that – a disinfectant too.

Dyson’s “Air Multiplier” technology used in its blade-less fan startled everyone and the Vacuum specialist’s implemented the same technology in its other products like the hand dryers, heaters and a new generation of fans. Now the company uses the same technology in its humidifier too. Dyson said that it is now into humidifier business which uses its same Air Multiplier technology to water particles to make your home more comfortable, safe and healthier.

Dyson humidifier claimed to distribute moisture evenly and also kills 99.9 percent of bacteria.

Dyson humidifier claimed to distribute moisture evenly and also kills 99.9 percent of bacteria.

Considering any Humidifiers for that matter, have two common problems – one being the distribution problem while the other is health.

Most Humidifiers in common lack the ability to distribute moisture evenly throughout the room but Dyson here adapts its Multiplier technology to have moisture dispersed evenly.

The second problem being health where most humidifiers are said to fight allergies and symptoms of colds and flu but in reality the opposite happens. The humidifiers turn out to be the breeding ground for vicious germs which then get spread in the room. But according to Dyson its humidifiers are said to kill 99.9 percent of bacteria.

How Dyson Humidifiers works giving even moisture distribution:

Yes, Dyson to make water and air reach the entire room uses its own Multiplier technology and this can be noticed by the fan that is placed next to the humidifier. The Dyson humidifier comes with a loop that is oblong and thicker for expelling both water and air. The rear of the loop releases air while the front lip of the loop gives out water particles. The air picks up water on its way taking moisture away from the device and spreading it throughout the room.

According to Dyson, in the machine’s base is a piezoelectric transducer that vibrates up to 1.7 million times per second and this mechanism breaks water into microscopic particles. The amplifier pulls up these water molecules which later by the Air Multiplier technology get expelled into the air.

How Dyson Humidifiers kill germs:

Dyson humidifiers are said to use ultraviolet light, every water drop released from the humidifiers are exposed to ultraviolet light twice before they get inhaled. 

Besides these the gadget is claimed to run for about 18 hours with a three-liter tank of water.  A remote control also pairs up with the humidifiers so adjusting the output level and setting up sleep timer all becomes easy. In summer they can be used as regular fans.

According to Dyson, over $60 million was spent by the company for developing this humidifier which produced about 643 prototypes during the process.

Wondering when to get the Dyson humidifier home? It requires more wait time. Yes, with still not price revealed this humidifier will not reach US for Christmas as it is scheduled for 2015 release while is spotted to be available in Japan soon.

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