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University library

Dyson for education

Engineered to improve learning environments.

From light levels to hygiene and air quality, every detail can affect students' wellbeing, ability to concentrate and overall study experience.

Queen Mary University of London

See how Dyson is enhancing the learning environment at Queen Mary University of London.

Washroom sink and Dyson Airblade V hand dryer

Hygienic hand drying with low environmental impact.

Dyson Airblade™ hand dryers can improve cleanliness and hand hygiene. And have low energy consumption and running costs.

Workplace lighting

Efficient suspended lighting for learning and studying spaces.

The right light levels can aid task performance¹. Efficient illumination and long-lasting brightness enable optimal lighting conditions with reduced running costs.

Dyson lighting on workspaces

Focused task lighting.

Students can create their preferred study space. CSYS™ task lights provide light precisely where it's needed, at the ideal brightness. Light isn't wasted, so energy is saved.

Dyson purifier on meeting table

Cleaner air for your students.

Indoor air pollution can be up to 5x worse than outdoors². Air Multiplier™ technology that purifies the air can enhance comfort and enable students to create their preferred learning conditions.

Dyson solutions for your business

Enhancing office workspaces for comfort and well being.

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Engineered solutions to impove spaces for education.

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Solutions for guest comfort and well being in mind.

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Dyson lighting over a range of Dyson products

Dyson technology for business.

¹As per the Illuminating Engineering Society's (IES) The Lighting Handbook, Tenth Edition: Reference and Application, Publisher: Illuminating Engineering Society; 10 edition (July 30, 2011).

²Hulin et al, Respiratory health and indoor air pollutants based on quantitative exposure assessments, European Respiratory Journal, Oct. 2012.