Vacuums and air purifiers for allergies
Take control of your
home this allergy season
Allergens can build up within your home. Regular cleaning and improving indoor air quality can lead to a more hygienic home.
Spring and summer are the seasons where flowers come to bloom and tree pollen is released into the atmosphere. The levels of pollen count increase over the warmer months.
Household dust is made up of bacteria, mould and skin cells. Moving around your home disturbs settled dust, which can stay airborne for 30 minutes.
Pet dander contains hair, microscopic skin flakes and saliva. These particles are either made up of or carry proteins that can be allergenic, that can easily stick to furniture, bedding, upholstery and are small enough to linger in the air.
Mold allergens can be under 10 microns and can be found in soils, leaf and plant litter, decaying food, textiles, and in window frames and refrigerators.
Dyson purifiers have fully-sealed HEPA 13 filtration to capture airborne allergens. While, the Dyson V15 Detect Absolute has powerful suction to remove particles from surfaces, and HEPA filtration to trap these microscopic allergens. So what goes in, stays in.
Clean the surfaces and the air in your home to keep allergens at bay. Dyson vacuum cleaners were designed to pick up microscopic particles from floors. And, air purifiers capture and remove ultrafine particles and allergens from the air.
Dyson purifiers combine intelligent sensing with advanced HEPA H13 and activated carbon filtration that captures gases and 99.97% of particles 0.3 microns in size.¹
Dyson cordless vacuums are engineered for whole-home, deep cleans. With a filtration system that captures particle the size of allergens and seals in 99.99% of microscopic particles to 0.3 microns.
It's not just the green countryside that has high exposure to pollen, urban areas and city pollution can enhance allergy symptoms. Read more about how to keep allergens out and a pure environment inside.
Dust can accumulate in hard to reach places like the corners of walls, skirting boards, light fixtures and backs of wardrobes. Regular vacuuming of surfaces and improving air quality can reduce this.
Our furry friends can bring plenty of joy, but also a few microscopic allergens into your home. Read more about our useful tips for managing pet dander and allergies.