The name of the Dyson Big+Quiet Formaldehyde says it all. It is big in size but is quiet in terms of operation.
And although you may confuse it with the HEPA Big+Quiet Formaldehyde, it is a different product that has been recently launched by Dyson.
In comparison, Dyson has designed the HEPA version for professional spaces, such as offices. The regular Big+Quiet Formaldehyde is more for large-sized homes with large rooms.
And while your only option for such environments was generally the noisy air purifiers, Dyson has managed to keep the sound level for this one.
To be exact, the Dyson Big+Quiet Formaldehyde does not exceed 56 dB of noise. That makes Dyson describe it as the “quietest yet most powerful purifier.” What makes it powerful?
Long story short, it can process as much as 87 liters of purified air per second. Most importantly, it can propel that purified air to up to 10 meters.
Dyson has achieved that capability by utilizing Cone Aerodynamics. This brand-new airflow system utilizes the Coanda effect to deliver more than double the airflow than any other air purifiers available in Dyson’s lineup.
However, the Coanda effect is not new to the Dyson Big+Quiet Formaldehyde. Dyson has utilized the same tech in Dyson Airwrap, where the effect pulls the hair towards the styling barrels, allowing you to do hands-free curling.
But in the Dyson Big+Quiet Formaldehyde, the Coanda effect merges two airflow streams into a condensed air jet that propels the purified air far around the room.
On that note, Dyson did not skimp one bit on the purification process of the air purifier. It packed a three-step filtration system, which is quite popular among the range of Dyson.
However, the filtration system in the Dyson Big+Quiet Formaldehyde has seen many improvements. For example, Dyson has sealed the entire system to the HEPA H-13 standard.
That is the highest tier of air filtration. That means this air purifier can remove 99.95% of particles as small as 0.1 microns.
So, with the Dyson Big+Quiet Formaldehyde, you will not need to worry about pet hair, dust, allergens, or pollens. It also comes with a new CO2 sensor that lets the air purifier know when to ventilate the room.
You will find a new K-Carbon filter, which can capture three times more Nitrogen Dioxide than the previous carbon filter. Thanks to that, the new air purifier can easily get rid of odor from your home.
Finally, the Dyson Big+Quiet Formaldehyde features Selective Catalytic Oxidation (SCO) filter. Its main task is to break down formaldehyde molecules into tiny amounts of CO2 and water.
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