Dyson revolutionizes its cyclone technology – again

Dyson Cinetic cyclones
Dyson Cinetic cyclones

Two decades ago, a British inventor named James Dyson took apart a Hoover vacuum cleaner and decided that he alone can revolutionize the vacuum industry as he developed a state-of-the-art vacuum suction that would eventually propelled his company to the top of the industry and envied by all.
Today, this British company based in Malmesbury, Wiltshire said it has achieved another level in its one-of-a-kind cyclone technology. The so-called Cinetic technology skips the filters in the best Dyson machines. No need to replace nor wash that filthy little bag and the Dyson machine won’t lose any suction over time.

That is what Dyson has accomplished over the past 21 years.

According to a recent demo, the new technology contains dozens of cyclones with high-frequency oscillating tips that vibrate to prevent the cyclone aperture from clogging.

The cyclones are so efficient at dust separation, Dyson Cinetic doesn’t require filters, so it’s one less hassle when it comes to vacuuming.

“Getting rid of bags solved the frustration of my vacuum losing suction. But washing filters – or worse – buying them, is still a nuisance,” said (James) Dyson, founder of Dyson. “Cinetic cyclones are so efficient… everything gets thrust into the bin, and you can forget about fussy filters,” he added.

Now the only thing missing is a robot that would do the vacuuming for you. And according to media reports, a robot-like Dyson is already in the pipeline. Stay tuned for more…