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How to Take Care of Dyson Bladeless Fans
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No blades, no worry, no cleaning? The Dyson Bladeless fan certainly looks like the low-maintenance product of the year. But an occasional application of another member of the renowned Dyson range of products may also be a good idea.
For those of you who have not yet made the acquaintance of the Bladeless ventilator or Air Multiplier from Dyson, here’s a quick introduction. Think of a cylinder that is open at both ends. That’s all. Air pours out of one end of the cylinder in a smooth, continual stream. That’s the ventilation part. And that’s the end of the story.
Magic! (but with a Few Hidden Moving Parts)
As you are too smart to accept this explanation as all there is to the Dyson fan, let’s take it a little further. What you see ‘in action’ is indeed the open cylinder. You can look right through it. You can put your hand through it without anything happening. While it’s working. In the base of the fan, hidden from view is the fan motor that sucks in air and then pushes it up to the cylinder. The cylinder has a vent in it from which air escapes. By clever application of aerodynamics, Dyson gets this air flow to multiply itself naturally.
Which Bits Should You Clean?
In normal everyday use, a clean, damp cloth for wiping the cylinder is all you need. Dyson suggests careful use of a soft brush if there is any debris to clear away. However, there is little information available about cleaning any other part of the Air Multiplier. There is probably a good reason for this – for example, avoiding having inexpert hands try to disassemble the base of the fan. This could lead to malfunctioning and also be dangerous.
But Where Does the Dust Go?
The Dyson Bladeless fan starts off with a sizable advantage. It doesn’t have to suck in much air, because its design multiplies the airflow output about 15 or 16 times. So it doesn’t suck in much dust either. If you use your Air Multiplier a lot, either as a desktop unit or a floor-standing pedestal unit, it’s just possible however that dust will start to build up in the holes in the intake filter.
Air Multipliers and Animals
Before Dyson came out with the ground-breaking Air Multiplier, it had already achieved considerable success with its bag-less vacuum cleaners with their high suction power. The Dyson Animal range includes canister versions with soft brush attachments and there are bag-less handheld vacuum cleaners too. So once in a while, unplug your Air Multiplier and gently caress the base with your Dyson vacuum in soft brush mode to remove any dust. Then everything will be done and dusted!