ECO
Hair
Dryer
2015 – concept

The task of this project included examining an existing hair dryer for ecological improvement possibilities and using the results obtained, which were developed with tools such as the EcoIT program, to create and conceptualize a redesign with regard to its handling, improved construction and ecologically optimized materials.

ORCA is the result. Thanks to the new design, the heat of vaccination to be applied drops considerably. A light and thin housing enables hand heat to be transferred and material and weight to be saved. The design and an energy-efficient impeller from aircraft model building create a vortex in the air, which thus remains on the heat exchanger for longer and uses the transferred energy more efficiently. In addition, the technical design creates a pressure situation that generates additional heat. Other important points of approval were handling and ergonomics as well as the handling of the control interface.

ECO
Hair
Dryer
2015 – product design

The task of this project included examining an existing hair dryer for ecological improvement possibilities and using the results obtained, which were developed with tools such as the EcoIT program, to create and conceptualize a redesign with regard to its handling, improved construction and ecologically optimized materials.

ORCA is the result. Thanks to the new design, the heat of vaccination to be applied drops considerably. A light and thin housing enables hand heat to be transferred and material and weight to be saved. The design and an energy-efficient impeller from aircraft model building create a vortex in the air, which thus remains on the heat exchanger for longer and uses the transferred energy more efficiently.

ECO
Hair
Dryer
2015 – product design

The task of this project included examining an existing hair dryer for ecological improvement possibilities and using the results obtained, which were developed with tools such as the EcoIT program, to create and conceptualize a redesign with regard to its handling, improved construction and ecologically optimized materials.

A light and thin housing enables hand heat to be transferred and material and weight to be saved. The design and an energy-efficient impeller from aircraft model building create a vortex in the air, which thus remains on the heat exchanger for longer and uses the transferred energy more efficiently.

A simple and versatile usability underlines the ecological redesign

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