Introducing The Dyson Airblade 9kJ Hand Dryer
- 10-12 second dry time.
- Hygienic performance with HEPA-grade filter.
- Costs up to 99% less to run than paper towels2.
- Eco and MAX modes available.
- Uses 9.1 kilojoules of energy per dry and costs just £19 to run a year in Eco mode3.
A fleece lined glass fibre HEPA-grade filter captures 99.95% of particles, including bacteria and viruses.
Silencers reduce airflow noise through the motor making it the quietest4 Dyson Airblade™.
Powered by the Dyson Digital V4 motor to quickly and hygenically dry hands.
388mph5 sheets of air exits through two curved apertures that follow the contours of your hands, removing water in less time.
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1Dry time and energy consumption calculated for Max mode. Dry time was determined using Dyson test method 769 based on NSF P335 to a measurement of 0.1 g residual moisture. 2The annual running cost of paper towels is estimated by = The average number of paper towels used to dry hands x the average cost of the paper towels x the assumed number of uses per day x an assumed number of days the bathroom is in use. 3There are 2 steps to this calculation. Step 1: Running costs when in use (without standby) Dry time of hand dryer (in hours) x rated wattage of hand dryer (kW) x the assumed number of uses per day x the assumed number of days the bathroom is in use x electricity price per kWh. Step 2: Running costs when in use (with standby) Result of step 1 + ((Electricity price per kWh * number of hours in a year) – (estimated uses per day (100/200/400) * dry time of hand dryer (in hours))) * Standby power (kW) = Annual running cost. 4Average loudness (measured in sones) compared to Dyson AirbladeTM hand dryers. 5Measured in Max mode.
Dyson use the following figures in their calculations:
- Number of paper towels per use = 2 This is based on internal research. We know that people can often take more than 2 paper towels to dry hands but we believe in estimating costs as cautiously as possible.
- Paper towel cost = £0.01 This is based internal research. Paper towel costs have been taken from the five most popular sources and calculated the average cost across all territories.
- Bathroom usage per day = 200 This is based internal research into the usage of an average sized bathroom. For smaller bathrooms with low footfall we use a figure of 100, and for high footfall areas such as service stations or airport bathrooms we use a figure of 400.
- Number of days the bathroom is in use = 365 days We assume a whole year.
- Electricity price per kWh = £0.10 This is based internal research. Electricity costs have been taken from 5 different sources and calculated the average cost across all territories.
- Wattage = As stated by the manufacturer
- Standby power = As stated by the manufacturer or as tested by Dyson.
- Dry time is based on the National Sanitation Foundation’s Protocol P335 (NSF P335).
- Annual carbon impact is calculated based on 200 uses per day, 365 days per year.