¹Suction tested to EN 60312-1 CL5.8 and CL5.9 at the hose/wand, loaded to bin full, tested in MAX mode.
Layers of paper-thin laminated steel generate magnetic fields to spin the motor.
G-force generated inside each of the 14 cyclones.
Patents and patents pending on Dyson Cyclone V10™ technologies.
"At Dyson, it’s invention that sets us apart. Cyclones that generate 79,000g to separate dust. Pioneering digital motors that are smaller, faster and more powerful than anything before. It’s our obsession. That’s why nothing else really works like a Dyson."
Generating forces of more than 79,000g, the vacuum flings microscopic particles – such as pollen and even bacteria – into the bin. By arranging each of the 14 cyclones concentrically around the central axis of the machine, air flows more efficiently through it. As the cyclones narrow, air is accelerated from 45mph to 120mph to create the centrifugal forces that capture fine particles.
7-cell, energy-dense battery.
The Dyson Cyclone V10™ vacuum’s lithium-ion battery has one more cell than the Dyson V8™ vacuum, to run at a higher voltage and create more power. But because each of the seven high-capacity, nickel-cobalt-aluminium cathodes is slightly smaller, there’s no additional weight. Innate LED system diagnostics and altitude sensors enable the machine to automatically optimise power to the cleaner head at all times. So suction power doesn't fade.
With an airtight gasket around the cyclone assembly and a pressurised rubber seal around the advanced filter, the whole system is fully sealed – preventing dust, allergens and bacteria from leaking back into the air. This means the vacuum retains 99.97% of dust as small as 0.3 microns, and expels air cleaner than the air you breathe.² Pre- and post-motor filters are combined into one unit for easier maintenance.
²Tested against EN 60312-1 5.11. Tested in MAX mode.
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⁺Stated run time applies to suction mode 1 with non-motorised tool attached.
⁺⁺Suction tested to EN 60312-1 CL5.8 and CL5.9 at the flexible inlet, loaded to bin full, tested in MAX mode.