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Dyson for offices

Technology to improve your working environment.

From light levels, to air quality, to washroom hygiene, Dyson technology strives to improve workplace comfort and employee experience.

Dyson for offices

WilkinsonEyre looked at every detail to improve the working environment in our new D9 building.

Dyson for offices

Optimal lighting for business environments

Dyson lighting uses Heat pipe technology to cool LEDs, maintaining brightness for longer. A combination of suspended and task lighting can contribute to optimal visual conditions, prevent over-lit spaces and significantly reduce energy costs.

Dyson for offices

Fast, hygienic hand drying. Better for running costs and the environment.

Reduce washroom queues. Improve cleanliness and hand hygiene. And significantly reduce your running costs and carbon footprint.

Dyson for offices

Cleaner office air

Indoor air pollution can be up to 5x worse than outdoors¹. Air Multiplier™ technology that purifies the air can enhance office comfort and enables your employees to create their preferred work conditions.

Dyson for offices

Maintaining professional style at office gyms and showers

For workplaces with gym or shower facilities, Dyson Supersonic™ hair dryers enable fast drying, and styling with a professional touch.

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 technology for business.

¹Hulin et al, Respiratory health and indoor air pollutants based on quantitative exposure assessments, European Respiratory Journal, Oct. 2012.