Choosing Replacement Filters for the Dyson Airblade AB02

One of Dyson’s most popular models, the Airblade AB02 is a hand-in automatic hand dryer that dries hands in as little as 12 seconds and is more hygienic than push button dryers thanks to its touchless design. These durable hand dryers are ADA compliant, energy-efficient, and feature a powerful 1600-watt digital motor.

Genuine Dyson hand dryer filter replacements use the latest graded fleece filtration technology to remove up to 99.97% of pollen and other airborne contaminants as small as 0.3 microns. Under normal conditions, the integrated HEPA filters can last up to two years but there will come a time when the dual filters need to be replaced.

 

High-Efficiency HEPA Filtration

Dyson Airblade HEPA filters feature high-tech H13 filtration that effectively removes known irritants from the air during each dry cycle. Swapping out your filters is simple: remove the cover, unclip and remove the old filters, insert the new filters, close the unit, and now your dryer is ready to use. Dyson Airblade filters will filter efficiently for up to 700,000 dry cycles, which is ideal for high-traffic areas like restaurants, shopping malls or other public places.

 

Allied is a Top Replacement Filter Source

To keep your Dyson hand dryer performing at peak efficiency, the unit should be regularly inspected and maintained using authentic Dyson parts. If you notice decreased air output over time, it is probably time to replace the filters.  The Dyson Airblade AB02 automatic hand dryer supports part item number DYP-965280-0, must be installed by a qualified electrician, and comes with two filters per pack, weighing less than a pound.

Allied has a large selection of replacement Dyson hand dryer filters and offers fast and free shipping, a 1-year price match guarantee on all products, as well as expert advice on choosing the right parts for your automatic hand dryer. Contact Allied’s friendly and knowledgeable staff at 800-535-4393 for more information.

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