Why clearing the air is good for you


Our home is our sanctuary from the hazards of the outside world however it turns out that air pollution isn’t just a problem outside. It’s a problem inside too. In fact, the average home can be up to five times more polluted than the air outside. 1

The reasons for this are many and varied:

  • The ‘fresh’ air we let in can contain pollutants such as tree pollen. These can then become trapped inside along with dust and mould.
  • Indoor plants and flowers can release pollen, and pet dander from cats or dogs can spread microscopic material around the home.
  • Paint on the walls, door and window frames may contain volatile organic compounds, which can be released as gaseous chemicals throughout their life.
  • Your favourite cleaning products, scented candles and air fresheners may contain chemical substances that release benzene and formaldehyde into the air as they are used. Candles also release soot.
  • Furniture foam found in some textile covered furniture can release formaldehyde gas
  • Some synthetic carpets, rugs and flooring can emit formaldehyde and volatile organise compounds throughout their life.
  • Gas hobs and cooking fumes emit fumes and odours into the air

Clear the air

Clean air also helps to reduce odours and increase sanitation in the home.

The Dyson Pure Hot + Cool LinkTM purifier automatically captures gases and 99.95% of fine particles such as allergens and pollutants from the air 2 in your home. It does this by pulling in the polluted air from every angle, putting it through a glass HEPA filter and tris-coated activated graphite to capture gases such as odours, household fumes and formaldehyde2.

Then, using Air MultiplierTM  technology,  the Dyson Pure Hot + Cool Link TM purifier projects purified air throughout the room.

Monitor air quality

You can’t always see the indoor air pollution but with the Dyson Link app you can! You can monitor indoor and outdoor air quality 3 and in addition to purifying, you can also heat or cool the air.

Safe & quiet

The Dyson Pure Hot + Cool LinkTM purifier doesn’t have blades like some traditional fans or heaters so it’s safe for little fingers and has quiet settings so it doesn’t disturb anyone’s sleep.


¹ Supported by data from the Centre of Australian Weather and Climate Research.
2 Particle capture tested to EN1822. Gaseous capture tested to JEM 1467 (acetic acid, acetaldehyde, ammonia), GB/T18801 (formaldehyde, benzene) and DTM-003282 (NO2). Gaseous capture rates vary.
3 App functionality may vary by location. Requires WiFi and app enabled device. Standard data and messaging rates may apply.




  1. dawnblyth 30/09/2018 at 10:45 pm

    Air pollution is becoming more common these days and people with respiratory issues struggle. To have something like the Dyson Pure Hot + Cool Link to clear the air in our houses is certainly going to be good. My sister suffers severe asthma so something like this would be amazing for her.

  2. Alezandra 30/09/2018 at 10:44 pm

    Indoor air pollutants seemed like a new thing lately or maybe never thought of it before. We tend to take things for granted especially for things we don’t really see. Would having indoor plants a good alternative right now? I just find Dyson to be very expensive.

  3. Shelz69 29/09/2018 at 10:08 pm

    Wow I never ever thought about all those chemicals but it makes sense. Makes me feel yucky just thinking about it. I will be looking at buying one of these tomorrow

  4. Mands1980 28/09/2018 at 11:58 am

    I have never heard of air pollution in the house I guess it makes sense that it is true. We don’t have an air purifier and have no plans to get one at this stage but the Dyson must be a pretty good brand to suggest that it gets rid of 99.95% of fine particles. But I guess when looking you look at all types and prices as well.

  5. Bevik1971 27/09/2018 at 4:11 pm

    These look really good. We have a Dr’s Choice Air Purifier with LED light in our 5 year olds bedroom which runs all night. Works pretty much like the Dyson I’m guessing. They are really good though, we also have a Himalayan Salt lamp in the lounge/kitchen which we also switch on at night (partly as a night light for the daughter) but also cleans the air 🙂

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