The development of Dyson Cinetic Science may have been 22 years in the making, but it was well worth the wait. Dyson has now engineered vacuum cleaning machines that are so powerful at separating dust, there’s no need to ever wash, change or replace filters. Advancements brought through Dyson Cinetic Science involve higher centrifugal forces, meaning that a greater number of minuscule dust particles can be captured. Although it’s natural to think that being able to take in more particles would mean more clogging, Dyson uses flexible cyclone tips that vibrate within its machines to prevent debris from building up in the first place.
Products in the Dyson Cinetic range include the upright DC77 Animal and DC77 Multi Floor, as well as the DC78 Turbinehead and DC78 Turbinehead Animal push vacuum cleaners. When it comes to usage, the versatile Cinetics have self-adjusting cleaner heads, designed to adapt to hard and soft floor surfaces. Another feature of note is the use of Dyson Ball technology, which gives the vacuums a lower center of gravity and ease of mobility when steering. With HEPA filtration throughout the whole machine, the vacuum actually expels cleaner air than it takes in, ensuring that those sensitive to allergens can breathe easy.
After disrupting the cleaning industry with its bagless vacuums, the company continues to break new grounds by combining powerful technology and design. With each fan, heater, humidifier and vacuum cleaner released, Dyson continues to prove itself as a global leader in innovation.