- `World's first' dual-cyclone vacuum cleaner. // Design News;4/10/95, Vol. 51 Issue 7, p24
Presents a dual-cyclone vacuum cleaner developed by Dyson Appliances Ltd. Polymer components; Metallic appearance.
- A new spin on vacuum cleaners. Brown, Julia // Engineer (00137758);10/10/2003, Vol. 292 Issue 7637, p7
No abstract available.
- Get a whirlwind to clean the carpet. // Design Engineering;Mar1995, p8
Focuses on Dyson's compact cylinder version of a vacuum cleaner using G force to spin out the dirt from the air. Features; Design.
- Dyson takes up rival cleaners. Avenell, Patrick // Appliance Retailer;Mar2010, Vol. 16 Issue 2, p9
The article offers information on the Dyson Take Back program of Dyson Appliances Ltd., which offer consumers the opportunity to buy a Dyson Vacuum Cleaner and can return the product within the 30-day trial period for a refund if they are not happy with the model.
- DYSON DC24. // Better Homes & Gardens;May2008, Vol. 86 Issue 5, pZ12
The article evaluates the Dyson DC24 vacuum cleaner from Dyson.
- Dyson gets Kit on in Comet. // In-Store;Jun2003, p6
Reports that retail store Dyson's vacuum cleaner model has been rolled out exclusively to Comet stores.
- It's Chic…But What's It About? Collins, Thomas L. // Direct;8/1/2007, Vol. 19 Issue 8, p54
The article presents a makeover of an advertisement for a Dyson Stowaway vacuum cleaner. In the original ad, it was not clear what kind of product was being sold or what benefits it offers. Unclear picture of the product and the use of word canister only added to the confusion. Now, after the...
- Dyson. // Marketing (00253650);8/1/2002, p21
Features Dyson, a manufacturer of vacuum cleaners in Great Britain. Revenue; Company history; Management scheme.
- Dyson sweeps up vacuum cleaner market with 100,000rpm motor. Bush, Steve; Ball, Richard // Electronics Weekly;10/15/2003, Issue 2119, p7
Engineers at Dyson Corp. have developed a 100,000rpm motor for the firm's vacuum cleaners that is over 80 percent efficient. The X020 is a switched reluctance design with a compressor fan capable of moving 30 liters of air per second while dropping 30kPa pressure. Dyson used finite element...