Today Dyson have taken the wraps of a new invention they have created, building on the technology used within their Airblade hand dryers, designed for use within public toilets.
The new Dyson Airblade Tap incorporates both a fawcet and hand dryer in one which drys your hands as you move them under the wing like extensions on either side of the facet. Watch the video after the jump to learn more about the Dyson Airblade Tap project, from the creator James Dyson and see it in action.
“Conventional washrooms cause problems. With traditional hand dryers you need to move from the sink to a separate drying area, dripping water over the floor in the process. We’ve developed a tap with integrated Airblade™ technology to combine hand washing and hand drying in one. There is no need to leave the sink – meaning no water on the floor.”
Source: DysonFiled Under: Design News, Top News