Create space in your washroom
At just 10cm deep, the Dyson Airblade V hand dryer is slim and compact, so it leaves more room in your washrooms. And because it fixes to a back plate, it allows easy, self-service installation, maintenance and replacement.
With reprogrammed digital motor technology and precision air apertures, the 1000W Dyson digital motor V4 makes the Dyson Airblade V hand dryer 35% quieter than its predecessor.
Airblade™ technology scrapes away water at 430mph
HEPA-filtered air is channelled up the machine by the motor, forcing sheets of filtered air through precision apertures at high pressure. Water is scraped from the hands at 430mph.
The Dyson digital motor V4
The reprogrammed Dyson digital motor V4 uses digital pulse technology to draw up to 20 litres of air per second through the machine, for fast hand drying.
Dyson Airblade™ hand dryers HEPA filters captures 99.95% of bacteria-sized particles from the washroom air, before it’s blown onto hands. So hands are dried with cleaner air, not dirty air.
A reprogrammed motor and re-engineered airflows mean the Dyson Airblade V hand dryer is quieter than ever, yet still dries hands in just 12 seconds.
With reprogrammed software, the 1000W Dyson digital motor V4 makes the Dyson Airblade V hand dryer 35% quieter than it’s predecessor.
Up to 78% less expensive to run than other hand dryers. Up to 98% less than single-use paper towels, with up to 81% 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 Dyson Airblade V hand dryer has been awarded the Quiet Mark certification by the Noise Abatement Society.
All Dyson Airblade™ hand dryers are certified by the Carbon Trust.
Airspeed at apertures
Frequently asked questions
Is this a warm air hand dryer?
No. Warm air hand dryers can encourage the growth of bacteria dried into hands. The Dyson Airblade V uses a grade 13 standard HEPA filter that captures 99.95% of bacteria-sized particles from the washroom air, before they're blown onto hands.