The benefit of kitchen exhaust fan use after cooking - An experimental assessment

Volume: 135, Pages: 286 - 296
Published: May 1, 2018
Abstract
Cooking is one of the main sources of indoor air pollutants, and may even exceed the contribution from outdoor sources. This pilot study examines the use of different flow-rate fans during cooking and tests whether continuing to run the fan after cooking significantly improves pollutant removal rates and integrated exposures. Tests were carried out in the Canadian Centre for Housing Technology's twin research houses, in Ottawa, Ontario. We...
Paper Details
Title
The benefit of kitchen exhaust fan use after cooking - An experimental assessment
Published Date
May 1, 2018
Volume
135
Pages
286 - 296
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