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Close-up of cleaner head technology


Epicyclic Drive technology for strong pick-up.

Cleaner head driving into carpet

Powerfully cleans all floor types.

The epicyclic gearbox has three planetary gears that rotate around a central drive, producing high reduction for increased torque. Consequently, the brush bar can work with our stiffest and most densely-packed bristles – four nylon rows in each strip, containing 300 filaments per 10mm. Enables powerful carpet cleaning and strong pick-up.

  • Nylon bristles remove more stubborn dirt and fine dust from deep within carpet fibres.

  • Ultra-efficient cyclones generate high centrifugal forces, to capture microscopic dirt particles.

  • Key components envelop the motor inside the ball.

Close up of additional floor too

Carbon fibre cleaner head.

The Dyson Ball Animal 2 vacuum comes with an additional carbon fibre floor tool, with nylon bristles to clean carpets and anti-static carbon fibre filaments to remove fine dust from hard floors. The direct-drive motor, positioned in the brush bar, centralises weight to seal in suction and drive bristles deeper.

Detailed view of the cyclone arrangement

Advanced Radial Root Cyclone™ technology.

12 compact cyclones generate powerful centrifugal forces. They are arranged in a radial formation to channel airflow through the centre of the cyclone assembly. Along with refined cyclone inlets and vortex fingers they generate maximum suction, flinging microscopic dust and allergens out of the air and into the bin.

Technology arrangement inside  the ball

Re-engineered Ball™technology.

The glass-reinforced polypropylene ball protects over 100 key components, which envelope the motor to enhance sound insulation. Compressed airways and a low centre of gravity increase stability and manoeuvrability. When the ball’s axis tilts, its turning circle tightens – allowing accurate steering.