Dyson takes this spring to launch a new version of your vacuum DC36 whose components are cleverly mounted on a ball. The main novelty of the Dyson DC46 Allergy Parquet is adding a new cyclone system to increase the air flow filtration and capture dust particles to 0.5 microns.
Cyclones are nothing else than small conical shaped compartments aligned in a sort of crown around the top of the tank and that in this model are two levels. The air is forced to pass through these compartments where it turns at high speeds expelling dust against the walls so that after slipping to the general compartment.
Using this technique and a HEPA washable antibacterial filter the Dyson DC46 Allergy Parquet is positioned as a good alternative for cleaning in households with persons with respiratory allergies or asthma.
Moreover, the Dyson DC46 Allergy Parquet maintains the characteristics of its predecessors. All mechanical components from the engine of 1,100 watts to five meters of cable are integrated into a huge ball which also serves as the vacuum motor system. The tank holds 0.58 liters of dirt and empties with a button and shaking a bit. Like the rest of the company’s vacuum cleaners, the Dyson DC46 Allergy Parquet is not cheap. It costs around 500 USD and is available now.