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Washroom air can contain microscopic particles, including bacteria and viruses

That's why all Dyson Airblade™ hand dryers always use HEPA filters. Proven to capture 99.95% of particles,1 including bacteria and viruses.2 And drying your hands with HEPA-purified air, not dirty air.

A bacteria particle inside a washroom

Fast, hygienic hand drying

Leaving a washroom with damp hands is likely to transmit up to 1,000 times more bacteria than dry hands.3 So drying hands effectively is just as important as washing them.

Which is why Dyson Airblade™ hand dryers have a 10-14 second dry time,4 and are proven to reduce the transfer of bacteria on hands by up to 40%.5

A woman washing hands using Dyson Airblade Wash+Dry hand dryer.

Dry without heat, using HEPA-purified air

Dyson Airblade™ hand dryers have been proven to be as hygienic in drying hands as paper towels,6 but without the environmental damage or high usage costs.7

Dyson Airblade™ hand dryers use high-power jets of HEPA purified air to scrape water from your hands.

Drying hands using a Dyson Airblade V hand dryer
A scientist studying fibres on computer screens

Proven hygienic by independent testing

All Dyson Airblade™ hand dryers undergo rigorous testing by Dyson. The impact of drying hands has been tested in universities and published in international journals. The Dyson Airblade V and Dyson Airblade dB hand dryers have NSF P335 certification. Dyson Airblade dB and Dyson Airblade Wash+Dry have HACCP industry certification for use in food preparation environments.

Only Dyson Airblade™ hand dryers offer all of these benefits

  • Drying hands in 10-14 seconds
    10-14 second dry time4
  • Hygienic, with HEPA filters as standard
    Hygienic, with HEPA filters as standard
  • Costs up to 86% less to run than other hand dryers
    Costs up to 86% less to run than other hand dryers8
  • 5-year parts warranty icon
    5-year parts warranty
1HEPA filter tested to EN1822-5, by an independent testing laboratory, under prescribed test conditions.
2Tested by an independent laboratory, under prescribed test conditions, using the bacteria Brevundimonas diminuta and the virus MS-2 coliphage.
3D. R. PATRICK, G. FINDON and T. E. MILLER: Residual moisture determines the level of touchcontact associated bacterial transfer following hand washing, Epidemiol. Infect. (1997): 119, 319-325.
4Dry time determined using Dyson test method 769 based on NSF P335 using a measurement of 0.1g residual moisture.
5Snelling et al. (2010) JAM.
6Mutters & Warnes (2019) JHI.
7See our calculations
8Average electricity price US$ 0.1/kWh for the US market, as of May 2019.