Dyson Airblade 9kJ Hand Dryer Launched in India :- The British tech giant after launching a smart light (the Dyson Lightcycle) in India previously this year, is now back again with an additional premium device named Dyson Airblade 9kJ, a touch free hand dryer that not only dries the hands but at the same time it also purifies the washroom air.
Dyson Airblade 9kJ Hand Dryer Launched in India
This newly launched Airblade 9kJ hand dryer allows the people to dry their hands very quick and hygienically, while at the same time using low energy as well as offering an alternative to single-use paper towels.
On the other hand, it also comes with a unique design that uses Time of flight sensors in order to detect precisely when the hands are placed under the two handles so that it can activate the air. On the top of that, the newly launched hand dryer comes with silencers that are made of open-cell foam as well as perforated discs that reduce the noise along with that the air flows through the motors, which in turn is attached on silicon rubber in order to reduce the noise any further.
This device is powered by the Dyson digital V4 motor, which is able of producing an air flow up to 624 km/h2 by spinning at a speed of up to 75,000rpm. The company on the other hand states that its V4 digital motor also shifts 23 litres of air each second which let the Dyson Airblade 9kJ hand dryer to dry the hands of the users very fast in about 10 seconds.
As we have already mentioned that the Dyson Airblade 9kJ hand dryer is coming with an extremely fast motor but in addition to that it also comes with a fleece-lined glass fiber HEPA filter which captures up to 99.95 per cent of particles which measure up to 0.3 microns in size, which is also unevenly the size of bacteria from the washroom air. This also let the Dyson’s hand dryer to clean washroom air as it dries the hands of the users.
In the meantime, Dyson products are also known for their design as well as inventiveness. Similar to all its products, the newly launched hand dryer also comes in total of two modes. While the Eco Mode on the other hand uses 650W of energy as well as produces a carbon emission of 2.5g CO2 per dry, Max Mode uses 900W of energy along with a carbon emission of 3.0g CO2 each dry.
In addition to that, the Eco Mode is able of drying hands in total of 12 seconds while the Max Mode on the other hand is capable of drying the hands of the users in just 10 seconds.
Coming to its pricing, the Dyson Airblade 9kJ hand dryer costs $1,349 (Rs 97,000) in the US. So, it is expected that it is going to cost around Rs 95,000 in India. Also, it will go on sale in the country next year, in January 2020.