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Discover what indoor pollutants exist in your home

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Many indoor activites and household products emit pollution

Home isn't always a safe haven. On average, we spend over 14 hours a day breathing polluted air generated inside the house. Cooking, cleaning, even getting ready for work can release inhalable pollutants into your home.

Dyson air purifiers automatically diagnose your air quality – sensing and capturing airborne particles, and displaying real-time reports on the LCD screen or your MyDyson™ app1. So you can breathe cleaner air at every moment.

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Common pollutants found in the home

Invisible pollutants are sourced from a range of household products and indoor activities – even pets reduce air quality in the home. The benefits of air purifiers help to create cleaner air and reduce triggers of allergy symptoms.

  • Air purifiers remove vapours released when disinfectants and aerosols are sprayed indoors

    Cleaning the house

    When disinfectants and aerosols are sprayed indoors, the particles form vapours that are then breathed in.

    Volatile organic compounds (VOCs) are potentially harmful gases released by household products like multi-purpose sprays and air freshener. When scented cleaning products are used on a regular basis, VOC concentrations in the home increase. Short-term exposure to high concentrations can result in wheezing and irritation to the eyes, nose and throat, and in some cases trigger asthma. The use of air purifiers can help with allergens and improve air quality.

  • Air purifiers are used for allergies brought on by pet hair

    Quality time with your pet

    Air purifiers remove odours and allergens released from the proteins found in pet’s hair, saliva and urine, which may trigger allergic reactions.

    Pet dander is made up of tiny, microscopic flakes of skin and protein particles. As pets move around the home, their dander lingers in the air before settling on surfaces. Exposure to these airborne particles can cause unpleasant symptoms such as sneezing or itchy eyes.

  • Using an air purifier while you sleep reduces poor ventilation in the bedroom

    A good night's sleep

    People share their bedrooms with a collection of biological particles and allergens that are often inhaled during sleep.

    Airborne dust, bacteria and pollen can build up in the bedroom where ventilation is typically worse than other rooms. When doors and windows are closed at bedtime, exposure to trapped pollutants is prolonged. Poor ventilation in the bedroom for an extended period can result in worsened sleep. The clean air benefits of air purifiers help to improve and maintain sleep.

  • Air purifiers remove cooking odours and oil particles released into the air when frying food

    Cooking for loved ones

    Frying food with oil at high temperatures can release oil particles and odours into the air.

    The emissions released from cooking can vary based on the cooking temperature, method and ingredients. More emissions are generated when fatty ingredients like oil and salmon are cooked at high temperatures. Even after cooking, potentially harmful pollutants can hang around in the air. Air purifiers can remove cooking odours and oil particles from the air.

  • Air purifiers can help with allergies and are good for asthma symptoms when used during workouts

    Working out at home

    During periods of physical activity, more airborne pollutants are inhaled as a result of faster breathing.

    Dust mites, pollen, skin cells, and pet dander are typical allergens found in house dust composition. Movement throughout the home can disturb settled dust, making it airborne. Air purifiers can reduce the amount of dust in the air which contributes to asthma and eczema, inflammation of the nose, nasal congestion and sneezing.

  •  Air purifiers reduce the amount of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) like formaldehyde

    Decorating the nursery

    The smell of new paint might fade over time, but the emission of VOCs like formaldehyde can persist for years.

    Formaldehyde is a colourless gas released by some furniture and DIY materials such as paint, wallpaper and fabrics. Almost every home contains small amounts of formaldehyde, but concentrations increase during interior decoration projects. Prolonged exposure to the emission of formaldehyde can cause irritation of the eyes, throat and lungs. Learn more about the Dyson Hot+Cool™ Formaldehyde air purifying fan heater.

Three key things to look for in an air purifier

Automatic sensing, a filtration sealed to the industry standard machine and long-range air projection are key to effective air purification. That's why they're at the core of our technology. And why we've been testing them for generations.

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  • A close-up of the LCD screen on a Dyson air purifier.

    Senses and reports automatically

    Most indoor pollutants can't be seen or smelled. Dyson air purfiers constantly monitor your indoor air quality – automatically sensing airborne particles and then displaying real-time reports on the LCD screen for proof of cleaner air.

  • A Dyson purifier on top of a box with no pollutants leaking out.

    Whole-machine sealed

    In our latest air purifiers it's not just the filter that's sealed to HEPA 13 standard, it's the whole machine.2 This prevents pollutants from being expelled back into the room after they've been removed from the airflow. So what goes inside, stays inside.

  • A man and woman setting the table in an open plan kitchen and dining area

    Purifies the whole room

    We test our machines beyond industry standards, so they're suitable for real homes. Only Dyson air purifiers are engineered with Air Multiplier™ technology, to draw in distant pollutants and project purified air into every corner of the room.3

Discover which purifier is right for you

Use our online tool to discover a purifier that suits your home and needs.

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    HEPA H13 purifier, fan and heater.

    Captures gases, pollutants and allergens.

    Automatically senses and displays real time air quality.

    Connects to the MyDyson™ app. For larger spaces.

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    Purifies, heats and cools the whole room.1

    Detects and destroys formaldehyde.2

    Sealed to HEPA H13 standard.3

    Removes 99.95%4 of ultrafine particles for a cleaner, healthier home.

    Control using the MyDyson app6 and voice services.7

NZ$1,249.00
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    HEPA H13 purifier and fan.

    Captures gases, pollutants and allergens.

    Automatically senses and displays real time air quality.

    Connects to the MyDyson™ app. For larger spaces.

NZ$1,049.00
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    Purifies, heats and cools the whole room.1

    Removes 99.95% of particles2, including dust and allergens.

    Control using remote. Does not connect to MyDyson App.

NZ$999.00
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    Purifies and cools the whole room.1

    Removes 99.95% of particles2, including dust and allergens.

    Control using remote. Does not connect to MyDyson App.

NZ$849.00
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  • Powerful, personal cooling in summer
  • Fast, even room heating in winter
  • Purification all year round
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    Purifier fan heater.

    Captures dust, allergens and gases.

    Control with remote. Not Wi-Fi compatible.

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Frequently asked questions

Dust and allergens impact indoor air quality, but their differing size range requires unique filters. Dyson’s air purifiers use different filter layers to draw in and capture particles as small as 0.1 microns2, odours, allergens and gases.

Allergies can be caused by a range of triggers. Pet dander, mould, pollen and dust mites can travel indoors and cause allergies and asthma symptoms like a runny nose and itchy throat. Dyson’s air purifiers capture allergens in air that trigger these symptoms.

Pet hair is removed from the home via effective vacuuming and cleaning schedules. Odours and gases including VOCs can be captured by filters which contain activated carbon. Dyson’s purifiers use activated carbon alongside other filter layers.

Indoor air quality can be impacted at any time of year by a range of pollutants. Air purifiers can improve air quality and support home health, by trapping and removing pollutants.

To ensure the air you breathe while you sleep is purified, an air purifier can be placed in your bedroom. This can help to capture dust, particulate matter and gases. Dyson’s purifiers with temperature control also help to maintain comfortable heat levels as you sleep.

Odours can emit from a range of sources – such as pet urine, cleaning products and cooking odours. Dyson’s latest purifiers can help to remove odours.2

Dyson’s air purifiers can function as you need. Diffused mode diverts airflow through the back of the machine to purify the whole room, without cooling you. This means you can use your Dyson purifier all year round.

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1Supported by data from the Centre for Australian Weather and Climate Research, 2009.

2Tested for filtration efficiency at 0.1 microns (EN1822). Gas capture rates may vary.

3Third party full machine testing based on GB/T 18801-2015 formaldehyde cumulative clean mass testing with continuous injection until plateau of formaldehyde CADR is achieved. Results may vary in practice.

4Requires device to run app, Wi-Fi or mobile data, Bluetooth 4.0 support, and iOS version 10 or Android version 5 (or above). Standard data and messaging rates may apply. App control doesn’t apply to heating.

5Particle challenge by DEHS oil specified in EN1822 within a chamber specified in ASTM F3150. Tested in Max Mode at IBR US, for whole machine efficiency above 99.95%.

6In maximum setting. Tested for air projection, purification coverage in a 81m3.