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Dyson - technology, responsibility and development

05 of December '23



Sustainable design is much more than creating new technologies or products. It's a broad view of the entire context - from the idea and functionality, through the manufacturing process and distribution chain, to all aspects of operation, user needs and, finally, product disposal. A responsible design approach already takes into account all environmental and social consequences at the product conception stage, both of the manufacturing process and of the use itself.

The essence of responsible design is to optimize the use of raw materials, energy and impact on the environment.

Dyson Airblade 9kJ. Najszybsze higieniczne suszenie rąk za pomocą powietrza filtrowanego HEPA 

Dyson Airblade 9kJ. The fastest hygienic hand drying with HEPA-filtered air

© Dyson

Can there be a compromise between technology and economics and environmental and social parameters?

The philosophy and results of the Dyson brand are proof that such a compromise is achievable. Solving today's problems is firmly in the DNA of the Dyson brand. More value for less money, ergonomics and rational use of resources is a promise that is realized every day in the use of Dyson products and that drives everything its engineers do.

The idea of responsible design materializes in all Dyson products - faster, more efficient motors that use less energy, cleaner, safer and more energy-efficient batteries, thinner yet stronger plastics and more energy-efficient technologies such as LEDs. But it's worth noting that responsibility at Dyson is not just about products and technology, it's also about the organization's human resource management, investor relations and social value, which translates into specific charitable and educational activities. All of these areas are equally important to Dyson.

Dyson Airblade Wash+Dry. Higieniczne działanie z filtrem HEPA 

Dyson Airblade Wash+Dry. Hygienic performance with a HEPA filter

© Dyson

Lean engineering, or balance in all processes

Dyson defines its pursuit of excellence and balance in technology, ergonomics and ecology as lean engineering, which enables it to use science, technology and changes in user behavior to reduce the impact Dyson products have on the environment. This is the only product development direction guaranteed to minimize environmental impact and sets worldwide trends related to the circular economy.

Dyson Airblade Wash+Dry. Umyj i osusz ręce przy umywalce dzięki technologii Airblade

Dyson Airblade Wash+Dry. Wash and dry your hands at the sink with Airblade technology.

© Dyson

Problematic waste

One of the basic tenets of the circular economy is to reduce waste, which cannot be recycled and is an ecological problem. Awareness of the importance of this problem has led to the development of solutions such as hand dryers with Dyson Airblade technology, which uses air to dry hands quickly and efficiently. By optimizing all processes and using innovative Dyson Digital Motor technology, Airblade hand dryers generate up to 85% less carbon dioxide per dry compared to using paper towels. And they don't generate waste in the form of used paper towels that must be transported and disposed of, helping to increase the carbon footprint.

The refined ergonomics, which are the result of in-depth research and engine optimization work on Airblade machines, make them not only more efficient and faster performing machines, but also economical due to lower operating costs.

Dyson Airblade 9kJ. Dyson Airblade V. Dyson Airblade Wash+Dry

Dyson Airblade 9kJ. Dyson Airblade V. Dyson Airblade Wash+Dry

© Dyson

Durability, or long product life cycle

Functionality and ergonomics of products, these are the features that prove themselves in the most demanding conditions. In the case of Dyson Airblade technology, these are public facilities where heavy traffic and a fast flow of people are a regular feature of the toilet space. The durability of the solutions used is crucial in this case. How long an appliance will remain fully functional for trouble-free use is the basis of a responsible approach to designing new products.

Engineers at Dyson pay very close attention to selecting optimal materials to guarantee the long life cycle of each product. Rigorous material testing in Dyson's laboratories helps to eliminate technological limitations, improve them, and thus create robust products with economical use of raw materials.

 Dyson Airblade Wash+Dry. Technologia suszenia rąk Airblade™ w baterii. Dostępne 3 modele

Dyson Airblade Wash+Dry. Airblade™ hand drying technology in a battery. 3 models available

© Dyson

Usable design

Attention to good design is evident in every Dyson appliance: superbly finished surfaces, consistent design and refined details, and thin but durable plastics used. Designers and engineers at Dyson focus not only on technology and ecology, but also on making the appliances they design a unique design element in a space that fits in with modern design trends.

Dyson Airblade Wash+Dry. Szybka i przyjazna energetycznie. Suszy ręce przy prędkości 549 km/h dzięki silnikowi cyfrowemu Dyson V4 

Dyson Airblade Wash+Dry. Fast and energy-friendly. Dries hands at 549 km/h with the Dyson V4 digital motor.

© Dyson

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