Dyson DC34 - 5 times faster than a Formula 1 engine- Official Dyson video

The new Dyson handhelds are powered by the Dyson digital motor. It spins up to 104,000 rpm - 5 times faster then a Formula 1 engine. http://www.dyson.com/vacuums/handhelds/dc34/dc34.aspx http://www.youtube.com/DysonUS https://www.facebook.com/dyson https://twitter.com/Dyson

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Dyson Airblade Tap hand dryer explained- Official Dyson video
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DC59: Behind the scenes testing goes cordless - Official Dyson Video
Relentless invention sets Dyson apart, and nowhere does this hold more true than in our cordless line. Watch as Alex Knox, Director of Engineering at Dyson, takes our newest cordless machine, DC59, to task in Dyson's testing laboratory in Malmesbury, UK. Stacked up against the Electrolux Ergorapido, among others, in tests of suction power, fine dust pick-up, edge cleaning, filtration and versatility, DC59 comes out on top time and time again. DC59: Sucks up as much dust as a conventional vacuum.* Without the hassle of a cord. https://www.dyson.com/dc59 http://www.youtube.com/dysonus https://www.facebook.com/dyson https://twitter.com/Dyson #cutthecord *To prove this our engineers test for pick up performance across carpets (ASTM F608), hard floors (ASTM F2607) and hard floors with crevices (IEC 60312-1 5.2). To mimic actual use, they load machines with dust before testing (IEC 60312 -- 1 5.9).

Dyson Air Multiplier fans and a balloon - Official Dyson video
One balloon and a couple of evenings after work - Dyson engineers show how inducement and entrainment works on the Dyson Air Multiplier fan. If you watch closely, the balloon is sucked into the airflow from behind and to the side of the fan; this is inducement and entrainment of the air. Lots of experimentation with different sized balloons and other objects produced this video. And although edited to include our successful attempts, the video is made from completely genuine footage (and no, the balloon isnt attached to anything). http://www.dyson.com/Fans/FansAndHeaters/Fans.aspx http://www.youtube.com/DysonUS https://www.facebook.com/dyson https://twitter.com/Dyson #DysonBalloon Disclaimer: This was created and executed by trained Dyson engineers under a controlled environment. Do not attempt to duplicate.

Dyson Air Multiplier™ fan - how it works - Official Dyson video
Dyson Air Multiplier™ fans work differently from conventional fans. They use Air Multiplier™ technology to draw in air and amplify it -- from 15 to 18 times, depending on the model. With no blades or grille, they're safe and easy to clean. And they produce an uninterrupted stream of smooth air, with no unpleasant buffeting. http://www.dyson.com/Fans/FansAndHeaters/Fans.aspx http://www.youtube.com/DysonUS https://www.facebook.com/dyson https://twitter.com/Dyson #DysonFan