The Dyson Air Multiplier fan a New Invention from James Dyson - Bladeless Fans

Bored with your usual fan?? how about trying the new fans invention by james dyson?? with the advance technology James Dyson create a bladeless fans which has the same system as the plane multiplier. wow that's really cool.. look at the illustration below. the usual fans airflow was not straight to you but with this Dyson Air Multiplier the airflow will directly flow to you.

The Dyson Air Multiplier fan is the latest invention to come from Sir James Dyson, father of the Dyson vacuum cleaner series and the Dyson Airblade hand dryer. Air Multiplier is a 'bladeless' fan that provides a smooth airflow and that induces air circulation in the surrounding air, getting a greater effect of air movement.

It's not necessarily a more efficient fan than other fans (Dyson doesn't have any information about the relative efficiency of their fan on their website yet), but it's certainly an innovative design, and that could make it more acceptable to have a fan in a space, where a conventional bladed fan might be objectionable. The noise level from this fan is also not indicated yet. The sleek appearance of the Air Multiplier also makes it easier to clean than bladed fans. However, the Air Multiplier is not truly 'bladeless.' The blades are just concealed in the base of the unit.

Fans can be a far more efficient method of cooling than air conditioning. Moving air can provide a cooling effect with much less energy use. The Air Multiplier offers a stylish way to do this. While it has just been released, and availability is limited, it will be interesting to see if the performance of this fan makes it a real winner, rather than an expensive curiosity.

There are several advantages in using the technology 'Air Multiplier':

- Because there is no fast spinning parts (which can be dangerous if touched), then there should be no wire protector.

- No need to be cleaned more often because there is no propeller

- Manager firmness can use dimmers

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