Design bathroom ventilation problems
The ventilation of the bathroom generally adopts two methods: natural ventilation and artificial ventilation. The so-called natural ventilation means that there is no need to install ventilation equipment, and the method of opening doors and windows is used to allow natural wind to blow in, replacing the air in the bathroom, so that the air remains fresh. Artificial ventilation is a ventilation method that uses ventilation equipment to ventilate the bathroom.
Generally speaking, artificial ventilation works better. Exhaust fans can be installed on the ceiling, walls, and windows of the bathroom, and the turbid air can be directly discharged to the ventilation duct or outdoors to achieve the purpose of ventilation and ventilation in the bathroom. For dwellings without ventilation openings in the building, a set of ventilation pipes can be installed by themselves to lead to the outside. Other artificial ventilation can turn forced ventilation into active ventilation, and timely ventilation can effectively keep the air in the bathroom fresh.
It is best to install the exhaust fan together, and also preserve the way of natural ventilation. Some home decorations are equipped with exhaust fans, and the windows are sealed, which is very inconvenient to use. Because the exhaust fan can only be used for a while, it is naturally no problem to remove odors, but it cannot ensure that the air in the bathroom is fresh and dry. Opening windows has many advantages: ventilation is not restricted by time, it is conducive to the exchange of indoor air, and it is dry. In summer, opening windows can also reduce the indoor temperature.