The number one culprit when it comes to maintaining healthy hair, unfortunately, is also what we use hairdryers for – quick, fast, bursts of hot air to speed up the hair drying progress. The Dyson Supersonic was designed with every minute detail in mind. The proof is in the pudding: Getting 103 engineers on board, investing £50 million (RM276 million) into research, and testing the innovative hairdryer on 1,500 km of real human hair later; no one else in the industry can claim what the Dyson Supersonic promises and delivers on.
Some like it hot
How do you reap maximum heat without incurring the damage to your hair? As a general rule of thumb, strands of hair exposed to anything that exceeds 150°C causes its structure to deteriorate, reducing hair elasticity and shine.
A wet tress of hair is blow dried for one minute. The weight of the hair tress is recorded in real time to distinguish how much and how quickly the hair dries. With a thermal camera, the temperature of the hair surface is recorded in real time.
How Dyson does it:
An intelligent heat control system monitors the temperature of the airflow 20 times a second on a double-stacked heating element to maintain a safe, steady temperature. Combined with its infamous V9 motor which spins at up to 100,000 rpm, 13 litres of air is being propelled up to the amplifier every second, giving high volume and high velocity jet for maximum, efficient drying.
Uncover the world of science and technology at the ArtScience Museum this weekend with Dyson.
DATE | 14 – 15 April 2018
TIME | 11AM – 6PM
VENUE | ArtScience Museum, Expression Gallery, Level 4
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