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
The Dyson Airblade Tap hand dryer washes and dries hands with no need to leave the sink. Infrared sensors pinpoint hand positions and release water from the tap stem. Once hands are wet and drying is requested, integrated circuitry computes the information and activates the latest Dyson digital motor, creating two high velocity sheets of air on the tap's branches. Unheated clean air is released to scrape water off hands leaving them dry in 14 seconds. http://airblade.dyson.com/default.aspx http://www.youtube.com/DysonUS https://www.facebook.com/dyson https://twitter.com/Dyson





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).





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The Coanda Effect (version 2013)
Text from this movie: "So, one would expect the air to flow out of the fan horizontally in all directions, but due to the Coanda effect; the air bends down, to almost 90 degrees The airflow is being pushed down by the air above, because the pressure of the air in between the flow and the curved surface, is reduced by the suction of the airflow. Next, an other example of the Coanda effect, where I used smoke to make the flow visible. Air is being accelerated down, and part of the upper surface is in touch with reduced air pressure. This action gives the object a force up, thrust, that can lift the object. Henri Coanda realized this, and then designed a flying disc based on this effect, in 1932!" More about this at http://www.laesieworks.com/ifo/index.html On my site, I placed a copy of "The Coanda story" (interview, 1956). Great info: http://www.laesieworks.com/ifo/lib/Henri_Coanda.html




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