With in-depth laboratory studies and extensive material research, we have given the product the highest active safety features to protect the user from the difficult conflict between electricity and water (IP54). The safety concept was then extended with an eye on the overseas market, where the Made in Italy trademark is highly appreciated, thanks to the use of V5 category self-extinguishing materials, giving the product a greater global appeal.
Naturally, we also designed the product with comfort in mind, offering excellent airflow capabilities at 120 mq/h, with a high performance fan.
Low level of noise, only 68 dB.
Nothing is left to chance. There are practical solutions for installers offering two distinct options for positioning the hairdryer against a wall and enriching the product with an antitheft feature.
The ‘Green choice’ aspect was also pursued and achieved through the use of a lowwattage heating element,
for advanced professional performance even with low power consumption, for the highest quality and professional drying results.
Another important objective is related to the versatility of the entire collection, achieved through the versions
available in the range, the power levels and two-tone colours with alternating polished and satin finishes.
Our team of engineers and designers had the ingenuity and courage to offer something unique, a product that represents a new benchmark for design, safety, innovation, versatility, quality and solutions that are of the utmost importance in the hairdryer industry.
Today, Ghibli EVO is a highly recognisable icon in the industry. Something that is remembered not only for its carefully crafted design, down to the very last detail, but also for its use of the latest generation of innovative materials that guarantee maximum safety, efficiency and versatility. A multitude of patented, cutting-edge engineered solutions represent the identity of a product and a brand that strives to set itself apart from the stereotypical hairdryers found around the world, with their indistinguishable origin, shape and price. Anyone who buys the product is sure to be satisfied by its multitude of technical features. Regardless of the product’s geographical destination, all of the technical details have been created to comply with international standards, from continent to continent.
Various approvals, such as GS/IMQ and the well-known European CE certification, represent an additional guarantee that attests to the product’s quality and assembly. Others international approvals are to follow, such as the American and Canadian UL/CSA and British BEAB certification. Finally, the Design and Technology Invention Patents thoroughly protect the product, attesting to Italian ingenuity, which is still so highly regarded in the global marketplace.
The IP Code (or International Protection IP Code table Rating, sometimes also interpreted as Ingress Protection Rating*) consists of the letters IP followed by two digits and an optional letter. As defined in international standard IEC 60529, it classifies the degrees of protection provided against the intrusion of solid objects (including body parts like hands and fingers), dust, accidental contact, and water in electrical enclosures. The standard aims to provide users more detailed information than vague marketing terms such as waterproof. The digits (characteristic numerals) indicate conformity with the conditions summarized in the tables below. For example, an electrical socket rated IP22 is protected against insertion of fingers and will not be damaged or become unsafe during a specified test in which it is exposed to vertically or nearly vertically dripping water. IP22 or 2X are typical minimum requirements for the design of electrical accessories for indoor use. *Explanation of the letters IP is given in IEC 60529 (Ed. 2.1), clause 4.1 References 1. IEC 60529, “degrees of Pretection Provided by Enclosures (IP Codes),” Ed. 2.1 (Geneva: International Electrotechnical Commision, 2011) 2. IEC 60529 (Ed. 2.1), clause 4.1.
The standard aims to provide users more detailed information than vague marketing terms such as waterproof. The digits (characteristic numerals) indicate conformity with the conditions summarized in the tables below. Where there is no data available to specify a protection rating with regard to one of the criteria, the digit is replaced with the letter X. The digit 0 is used where no protection is provided.
A rating of X for one or more of the protection criteria can be erroneously misinterpreted as “no protection.” To illustrate, a piece of electronic equipment rated IPX7 will almost certainly demonstrate a robust resistance to the ingress of particles, even though a rating for ingress of solids hasn’t been formally assigned. Hence, an X designation shouldn’t be automatically misconstrued as a lack of protection.
For example, an electrical socket rated IP22 is protected against insertion of fingers and will not be damaged or become unsafe during a specified test in which it is exposed to vertically or nearly vertically dripping water. For example a particular cellular phone rated at IP58 is “dust resistant” and can be “immersed in 1.5 meters of freshwater for up to 30 minutes”. IP22 or 2X are typical minimum requirements for the design of electrical accessories for indoor use.
The ratings for water ingress are not cumulative beyond IPX6. A device which is compliant with IPX7, covering immersion in water, need not be compliant with IPX5 or IPX6, covering exposure to water jets. A device which meets both tests is indicated by listing both tests separated by a slash, e.g. IPX5/IPX7.
There are no hyphens in a genuine IP code. IPX-8 (for example) is thus a false IP code.