Cool your rooms, clean the air and enjoy a healthier home with the new Dyson Pure Cool Link.
13 September 2017
Text by Redzman Rahmat
Any homemaker will know that the fight against dust in the home is a never-ending struggle. No matter how much you dust, sweep or vacuum, a layer of dirt always finds its way back into your rooms, even if you’ve kept the windows closed! In fact, according to a study done in 2012, researchers found that air pollution indoors can be up to five times worse than what you’ll find outside.
This alarming fact is just one of the topics brought up at the recent Dyson Air Quality Academy discussion on 8 September 2017. A panel of experts gathered to speak on matters pertaining to indoor air quality, outdoor air quality and respiratory health. Guests included Dr Lee Hsiang-He, Research Scientist from the Singapore-MIT Alliance for Research and Technology (SMART); Dr Foo Swee Cheng, Associate Professorial Fellow from the National University of Singapore’s Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering; and Dr Ong Kian Chung, Respiratory Specialist from Mount Elizabeth Hospital. The fruitful panel discussion was hosted by local personality, Diana Ser.
One of the things brought up during the discussion is the fact that indoor air quality is a concern that affects the entire family, with pollen, mould, bacteria and odour particles being some of the mircoscopic particles polluting our homes and affecting our health. During the event, Dyson unveiled the latest iteration of its Dyson Pure Cool Link. This new range further improves what we already love about the award-winning bladeless fan. It’s intelligent, connected and powerful. And just as importantly, it looks good in the home.
Thanks to its improved filter, the Dyson Pure Cool Link purifier heater captures gasses and 99.95% of ultrafine particles as small as 0.1 microns. To make life easier at home, the intelligent machine detects airborne pollutants automatically. And when necessary, it will purify the air without you having to press a single button.
At the same time, the bladeless fan monitors and maintains the temperature. It utilises the patented Air Multiplier technology to draw in up to 33 litres of air per second, amplifying it at least six times, then projecting a stream of purified air 9 metres across the room. What this means is that the Pure Cool Link will be able to cool an entire room with surprisingly powerful wind speeds — all without the use of traditional fan blades.
This new purifier also comes with the Dyson Link technology, which is connected to your mobile phone through an app. You’ll be able to remotely monitor the air quality and temperature even when you’re not at home.
The Dyson Pure Cool Link range is now available at major departmental and electrical stores.
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