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The Dyson Purifier Formaldehyde Range detects formaldehyde in the air 500 times smaller than particles the size of 0.1 microns. that’s often found in new furniture, paint, glue, wallpaper and household cleaning products.
How does it work?
A solid-state formaldehyde sensor uses an electro-chemical cell to detect formaldehyde in the air. The special formaldehyde filter - the Selective Catalytic Oxidisation filter - then works to destroy formaldehyde, turning it into harmless water and carbon dioxide.
The formaldehyde filter is a lifetime filter, so it won’t need to be replaced for the life of the machine.
What are the options?
The two models in the range include a cooling-only version, the HEPA Cool Formaldehyde, which will retail for $799, or a heating and cooling option, the Hot + Cool Formaldehyde Purifier, which is a little dearer at $999.
The HEPA Cool Formaldehyde purifier is also designed for commercial spaces, and comes with a spare remote, longer cable and additional 1-year warranty.
- HEPA H13 standard filter, which captures 99.95% of particles as small as 0.1 microns, including allergens, bacteria, pollen and mould spores.
- 20% quieter operation, when comparing the HEPA Cool Formaldehyde to the older .
- Designed with standard features of previous Dyson purifier models, including Auto mode for the heating function, Air Multiple technology for wide air circulation, Night time, Sleep time mode, and the ability to be operated using either a remote control or the Dyson Link App. Voice control using Google Home, Alexa or Siri is also available with a compatible smart device.
|Category||Air Purifiers||Air Purifiers|
|Features||Automatic Air Quality Monitor, Mobile App and Remote Control|
|Maximum Noise Level||61 db|
|Release date||May 2021||May 2021|
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