Dry hands in just 10 seconds
Airblade™ technology forces sheets of air through apertures at 430mph, literally scraping water from hands, quickly and hygienically
Scrapes away water at 430mph
The Dyson digital motor V4 uses digital pulse technology to spin at up to 90,000rpm – up to three times faster than a conventional motor. So it can draw up to 30 litres of air per second through the machine.
The Dyson digital motor V4
The reprogrammed Dyson digital motor V4 uses digital pulse technology to draw up to 30 litres of air per second through the machine, for fast hand drying.
The Dyson Airblade™ hand dryer's HEPA filter captures 99.95% of bacteria-sized particles from the washroom air. So hands are dried with cleaner air. Antibacterial coating and touch-free operation helps to prevent the spread of bacteria. So Dyson Airblade™ hand dryers meet every part of NSF Protocol P335, which defines the criteria for hygienic hand dryers.
Engineered to last
Made from tough, durable ABS polycarbonate, Dyson Airblade™ hand dryers are repeatedly tested for durability and resilience to physical abuse.
Up to 72% less expensive to run than other hand dryers. Up to 97% less than single-use paper towels, with up to 78% less CO₂ emissions.¹ Creating a better environment in your washrooms and in the world outside.
The only hand dryer certified by the NSF International Protocol P335.
The only hand dryer certified for use in food preparation environments, by the HACCP International standards.
All Dyson Airblade™ hand dryers are certified by the Carbon Trust.
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Frequently asked questions
How often should I clean this machine?
To ensure the machine performs to its best and remains hygienic, the Dyson Airblade dB should be cleaned daily. Please refer to the cleaning guide for further information.
Is there a limit to the number of machines that can be used from one electrical supply?
There is no limit, however we recommend each machine has its own fused spur that it is connected to.