Pay attention to safety when smoke is discharged from windows
In order to avoid the problem of cross smoke, some owners give up the original flue and directly open holes in the windows for smoke exhaust. This is OK, but there are several points that need to be paid attention to.
First, the consent of the property must be obtained before opening a hole in the window or wall; Secondly, pay attention to safety. Generally, the end of the smoke exhaust pipe is made of metal. If the hole is too small, the metal heat transfer may cause the glass to crack and hurt pedestrians. In addition, the smoke pipe leads to the window, and the strong north wind will cause the oil smoke to pour back. It is best to stretch out the pipe and then nest it down. In this way, it can also prevent the rain water from flowing into the pipe when it rains and keep the wind shield outside