Dyson HEPA Cool Formaldehyde tower fan
Purifies the whole room¹ and cools you – to support a cleaner, more comfortable business environment.
- Captures bacteria, allergens, H1N1 virus²
- Even destroys formaldehyde³
Many items in your business – from flooring and furniture, to printer emissions and building materials – can release microscopic particles and gases. This includes formaldehyde, which can quickly build up and keep polluting over time.
Our latest Dyson purifier could benefit your business, by tackling these common sources and helping to create a cleaner, more comfortable environment.
Painting, varnishes and printers
Traffic, building materials and furniture
Road traffic, tobacco and fuel-burning heaters
Fumes and cooking
Pollen and allergens
Inadequate ventilation can help outdoor pollutants, like PM2.5, penetrate indoors. Dyson's advanced 360° HEPA H13 filter captures 99.95% of particles as small as 0.1 microns⁴ from the air - keeping them sealed in. And the unique catalytic filter continuously destroys formaldehyde.³
Dyson purifiers don't compromise airflow for purification. Combining advanced filtration with Air Multiplier™ technology, they generate powerful circulation to draw in pollutants and project over 290 litres a second of purified air throughout meeting rooms, hotel rooms and classrooms.¹
Dyson engineers designed the POLAR test to challenge the industry test standard – measuring filtration, sensing and circulation to ensure the whole room is purified properly.
An additional fan boosts circulation. Only one sensor measures air quality.
No additional fans. Nine different sensors to measure even-room air quality.
Three phases of purification sit within our fully-sealed filtration and airflow system. To trap pollutants inside, removing them from the air you breathe. Giving you reassurance that what goes inside, stays inside.
Formaldehyde can emit from many types of commercial furniture and flooring over time. Dyson's catalytic filter continuously converts it into water and CO₂ – and never needs replacing.
Detects particles, formaldehyde and other gases, displaying real-time reports on the LCD and Dyson Link app. In Auto mode, it automatically reacts – only purifying when needed.
Changing the HEPA+Carbon filter is quick and easy, with automatic notifications for each machine on the LCD screen and Dyson Link app.⁶ The catalytic filter never needs replacing.
Diverts airflow through the back of the machine. To purify the room, without feeling the airflow or cooling you.
Acoustically engineered to reduce turbulence, so it's 20% quieter than the previous model. Perfect for peaceful working environments or hotel rooms.
The Dyson Link app lets you see which particles have been captured, set schedules and more.⁶ Control hands-free, using compatible voice services such as Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant or Siri.⁷
For ease-of-use in commercial environments.
Your purifier comes with an additional remote. One can be stored neatly on the top of the machine – the other kept close to hand or stored safe for peace of mind.
1 year for HEPA+Carbon filter⁸
81m³ (according to POLAR)
Dyson experts are on hand to better understand your business environment. We'll advise about which purifiers will best suit your space and budget, as well as informing you about our latest offers.
The formaldehyde-destroying catalytic filter never needs replacing. And we recommend replacing the HEPA+Carbon filter every 12 months (based on 12 hours a day of use) – so this may vary depending on usage and pollution levels. You'll be notified via the Dyson Link app⁶ or LCD screen when it's time to replace the filter.
No, unlike some conventional filters which require changing, washing and drying each month, this isn't the case with ours. So there's no time wasted without a working purifier. Our filter is quick and easy to replace – and you'll know exactly when, via the Dyson Link app⁶ or LCD screen. Please note that the selective catalytic oxidisation filter never needs replacing.
Yes, one Dyson Link app account can be used to control up to 15 connected purifiers – or an unlimited number of users can control a single purifier. It will only ever choose the most recent update. For example, if more than one person was updating the scheduling, the purifier will use the most recent change.