Dyson engineers have been busy perfecting their Airblade technology by re-engineering the sound. Reducing air rush noise and whining motor tones, Dyson has developed the dB hand dryer- 50% quieter than the original Dyson Airblade. This is the next generation of Airblade technology launching this week.
Powered by the new Dyson digital motor, the Dyson Airblade dB hand dryer is the result of 542 acoustic tests over 152 hours by 25 specialist acoustic engineers. Check out the video below and check out their acoustics laboratory!