一室公寓開放式廚房的通風良好?


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我住在美國典型的一室公寓。它有一個帶抽油煙機的開放式廚房,但抽油煙機僅將煙從爐灶吸到天花板上,即沒有外界空氣流通。這是我工作室的佈局:

Layout

窗戶和前門是僅有的兩個向外的開口。浴室沒有窗戶或通風風扇。我在窗戶上放了一個窗扇,它朝外。

當我做飯時,會產生大量的煙。氣味要花一天的時間才能消失。恐怕窗戶風扇不是很有用,因為它只允許窗戶和前門之間的空氣流通。我家大部分地區的空氣,包括爐子,仍然沒有空氣。因此,我將不得不等待煙霧慢慢擴散到窗戶和前門之間的區域並被清除。

我應該怎麼做才能使新鮮空氣在我的整個家中流通,以便迅速清除異味?

謝謝!

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I see two solutions. To fix this properly, you should add a duct to move the flow from the stove to outside a window or some other way out of the apartment. Since that is probably outside your reasonable area of cost/benefit, you can use your current exhaust fan, but add another fan in the room that perturbs all the air. It will not be as efficient as direct extraction via the range hood, but it will probably clear the air in around an hour.


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Obtain a free-standing folding screen to place between the door and the window.

layout with folding screen

This will divert the moving air past the cooker.


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I am not sure that the setup below is practically possible (depending on the items availability in the shops).

The basic idea would be to create a path to remove all "poluted" air outside.

  1. The kitchen hood pushes air through the first tube into a tube in the bathroom.
  2. The tube in the bathroom is thicker that the tube in the kitchen.
  3. There is a vent opening at the beginning of the tube in the bathroom.
  4. The tube from the kitchen goes "significantly" past this vent opening.
  5. After a "while", the bathroom vent tube may have a smaller diameter.
  6. At the exit from the room (to the outside world), there is an extracting ventilator.

So:

  1. If only the hood ventilator is on, it will exhaust air outside, pulling some of the bathroom air also.
  2. If only the outside ventilator is ON, then it will extract air from both kitchen and bathroom.
  3. If both ventilators are ON, they both work together for the same thing.

This solution assumes that you are able / want to drill some thick holes for the ait tubes, one of them on the exterior wall.

NOTE: The room may actually have a venting tube already somewhere, in which case you only need to connect to that venting tube - at least one less drilling.

sketch


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I think a ceiling fan might help.

ceiling fan


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Another solution came to my mind. You did not mention any details of the room, so I cannot tell if it is doable in your case.

The solution suggested by @WeatherVane is good, IF you change the direction of the airflow, as you stated in a comment. However, there will still be a lot of smoke in the room.

My idea would be to use flexible (maybe even extensible) tubes. Connect one end to the output of the hood, and the other end will dangle near the window. When you want to cook, just place the dangling end outside - and no smoke will travel the room freely.

It will work best if you already have some tall furniture on the wall between the door and the window. Or if you can hang the tubes somehow from the ceiling (or the upper parts of the wall).

You can use some tall supports on the floor (even DIY), to hang the tubes near the ceiling. The idea is applied for the lamp below, to "suspend" the bulb:

Standard Floor lamp