Here on the East Coast, summer has wrapped up for the year and fall is rapidly approaching. Good news is that no matter what season you’re in, there is always room for a Dyson Pure Hot and Cool Link Purifier Fan!
Slightly smaller than the Dyson Pure Cool Link Tower Fans we put up a few months ago, the Dyson Pure Hot and Cool Link Air Purifier Fan capitalizes on this design by adding heat functionality to make it usable all year-round. Using either the provided remote control or Dyson Link App that can be downloaded onto your smartphone, users can choose to concentrate airflow to a precise location or expand it out by having it operate under diffused mode. All the while, the Dyson 360-degree Glass HEPA Filter will be hard at work removing 99.97% of lung-damaging pollutants down to 0.3 microns in size.
Understandably, you may be wondering how a bladeless fan generates the airflow needed to heat or cool a room. Dyson, widely known as a competitive trailblazer within the small appliance industry, has incorporated patented air multiplier technology into the design of both fans. Starting at the pedestal, a tiny yet powerful electric motor rotates nine asymmetrically-aligned blades to draw in 5.28 gallons of air per second. From there, the air flow navigates up the pedestal and exits from 16 mm small slits. This alone creates a sizable pocket of air capable of providing welcomed relief from chilly or sweaty symptoms. To capitalize on this design, Dyson employed the physical laws of inducement and entrainment to help increase the airflow rate. Air drawn in from behind the tube is said to be induced air while air drawn from the sides is said to be entrained air. All sources combined creates an airflow rate of 55 mph, which hovers near the maximum speed traveling down the highway!
When it’s time to sleep, simply activate night-time mode to dim the display and lower the noise levels to silently operate throughout the night. For more info, or assisting ordering, please visit eVacuumStore or dial 1-866-972-8227 to speak with a trained vacuum cleaner specialist.