With many people spending increased amounts of time indoors, maintaining a clean and healthier hotel space is an important priority. We consume 9,000 litres of air[1] every day, more than any other substance, yet we often don’t think about what is in the air we breathe – in fact it can be up to 5 times more polluted than the air outside1.

Indoor pollution can come from outside when we open the windows or doors. However air can also contain potentially harmful pollutants produced from everyday indoor activities – including particles and gases such as VOCs (Volatile Organic Compounds), which can be found in air fresheners, deodorants and cleaning products; PM10 from pollen, dust and mould spores; PM2.5 from smoke, bacteria and allergens.

With the Dyson Pure Hot+Cool™ purifying fan heater, guests can use its LCD screen to better understand what’s in the air by making the invisible visible – the machine automatically detects airborne particles and gases and simultaneously reports to the LCD screen and Dyson Link app in real time.

For peace of mind, Dyson purifiers not only capture larger particle pollutants like pollen and pet dander, Dyson engineers test HEPA filtration on particles as small as PM0.1 (100nm), and achieve 99.95% efficiency at this size. This includes particles the size of bacteria and viruses.

Air Multiplier™ technology and 350⁰ oscillation then project and mix over 290 litres of purified air per second to every corner of the room1.

Guests are not only able to control their room temperature, Thermostat control automatically keeps your room at the target temperature.

With Auto Mode, guests can ensure their room maintains a constant level of clean air throughout the day, without being on if airborne particles and gases aren’t detected. And the machine’s Sleep timer enables them to pre-set a timer to turn the machine off at intervals ranging from 15 minutes to 9 hours.

Quote code AH2020 to receive a 15% discount when you order your Dyson Pure Hot+Cool™ purifying fan heater, offer valid until 07/02/2021.


[1] In maximum setting. Tested for air projection (DTM801), purification coverage in an 81m3 room (TM-003711), and heating performance in a 35m3 room (DTM 961).
[2] Lungs, Science & innovation, National Geographic, https://www.nationalgeographic.com/science/health-and-human-body/human-body/lungs/


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