How does the Dyson Airblade work? The Dyson Digital Motor produces an air stream flowing at 400 mph. This unheated air is channelled through a 0.3 millimetre gap, no thicker than an eyelash. A sheet of air acts like an invisible windscreen wiper to wipe moisture from hands leaving them completely dry.
Faster than a F1 engine, the Dyson digital motor gave Dyson engineers the opportunity to redesign a classic frustration – the conventional hand dryer. The Dyson digital motor provides the power to draw in 35 litres/9.2 gallons of air per second (actually spinning 5 times faster than a Formula 1 car engine).