The increased amount of time that many consumers have spent inside their home over the past year has seen many seeking out ways to make the space healthier, which the new Dyson Purifier Formaldehyde aims to enable. The air purifier makes use of an electrochemical cell that will monitor formaldehyde levels in the environment to remove it along with a range of other indoor pollutants. The system makes use of a sealed HEPA 13 filter that will ensure all air captured by the unit will pass through it to prevent leaks.
The Dyson Purifier Formaldehyde is reported to be 20% quieter than the brand's previous generation air purifiers and is expected to be available for purchase in Australia starting May 27, 2021.
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