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【樂奇小學堂】

【種一棵會陪伴的樹,家的實踐】

 在兒女滿周歲時種植跟他們身高一樣高的樹,

一歲時跟樹合照一張,兩歲時合照一張,

「跟樹比高高,」盧銘世對一對小兒女說。

這既是生命陪伴樹,更是珍貴的生命記錄…

#種一棵情感樹

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2017 樂奇電器 為愛而生 植樹活動

為地球多種一棵樹,也為孩子種下一棵,以他為名的樹 

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樂奇小學堂】關於北歐風設計的十個小知識

總給人清新感的北歐風設計

一直都是深受大眾喜愛的風格

快把這十個小知識學起來

一起打造屬於自己的北歐好感家~

 

10 Design Lessons You Can Learn From Scandinavian Interiors

You may be surprised to hear that the beauty of the Scandinavian design movement wasn’t fully recognized until

the 1950’s. Since then, this minimalist European design has brought acclaim to many prominent and noteworthy

Scandinavian designers who have made a global mark by creating unique furnishings and housewares.

While some may immediately think of the primary blue and yellow buildings of Ikea, there is so much more to

Scandinavian design than this iconic chain store. Scandinavian design extends to the countries of Denmark, Norway,

Sweden and Finland—offering a vast and eclectic taste that personifies this design movement and is characterized

by simplicity, functionality and minimalism.

What can we learn from these simple, yet unique European designs?  How do they differ from North America’s

minimalist designs?

Let’s take a look at 10 designs that are singularly Scandinavian to see what we can gleam from them.

We can gleam a lot of great design ideas from Scandinavian interiors. Image Source: Gerstner

1)  Neutral Colors in Scandinavian Designs

The calm, muted tones of pale blue, cool grey, white and cream are seen everywhere in Scandinavian interiors. This

color scheme has almost become the trademark of Scandinavian design and seems to be one of the main draws to

its global mimicry. These colors are unique to Scandinavian minimalism—especially the pale blues; they are not

commonly seen in North American minimalist designs.

However, not all Scandinavian designs are muted and calm—in fact, there are some noteworthy designers who

preferred a much bolder design statement, such as the popular Marimekko; a Finnish design company that prefers

bold, graphic and colorful arrangements.

Whether you prefer bright, bold interiors or a more calm serene quality—you can achieve a distinctly Scandinavian

style in your home.

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A neutral color palette is favored in Scandinavian design. Image Source: Studio-Revolution

 2) White Wood Floors

Unlike North American homes, carpet is not a common occurrence in European homes. Scandinavian designers

have always seemed to prefer the use of simple, white wood from floor-to-ceiling.

It is easy to understand why this is so popular when one looks at rooms designed in this manner— white wood

floors make a room seem open, airy, clean, and draw much-needed attention to the interior craftsmanship of a

rooms architecture and furnishings.

If the flooring is not white wood, then it still remains light in color with wood such as birch or pine,  or a cool

grey stone tile. Mimic this clean design by using  light wood wherever possible—it is certainly an interior design

that you will not grow tired of.

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white wood room

White wood is very common in Scandinavian designs. Image Source: Tim Clarke

 3) Let in the Light

With upwards of 60 days of Polar Nights, lighting can become essential and revered. This is what most

Scandinavians deal with every winter, depending on their location within the Polar Circle.

The site, My Little Norway, offers unique tips to surviving all those cold, dark days, but also points out that

Scandinavians love summer to the fullest, and while they may have many dark days they also have summer days

where the sun remains high in the sky until midnight!

What better way to let in the much-loved light than large windows? Floor-to-ceiling windows are common in

Scandinavian designs for this very reason.

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modern room big windows

Most Scandinavian rooms have large windows, allowing natural light to stream in.

Image Source: Jeffers Design Group

 4) A Love of Nature

Scandinavians have a deep-rooted love of nature. With past-times revolving around outdoor activities such as

biking, hiking and swimming—they take every possible opportunity to be in the great outdoors.

Of course, during those cold winter days and nights, it can be easy to forget the natural beauty of their much-

missed summer world, so they bring nature indoors as much as possible, beating the winter blues.

Interiors reflect this by bringing in numerous natural plants, and furnishings that mimic nature through their

rustic wood grain. Also, most Scandinavian homes have some sort of balcony where natural views can easily

be enjoyed.

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modern windows

Scandinavian’s love to view nature indoors and out. Image Source: Bruns Architecture

 5) A Touch Of Elegant Country in Scandinavian Homes

This is the look that has iconicized  Scandinavian Design—white walls, Swedish antique clocks, crystal chandeliers,

curved rustic white wood furnishings, white linens, and simple flower arrangements—it is a marriage of down-to-

earth attitudes with understated elegance (see image below).

It is easy to see why this design has been copied time and time again—it personifies the definition of grace. If this

is the Scandinavian look you love, then you will need to do a little antique shopping.  In fact, it can be easy to

replicate this style by simply painting some rustic furniture pieces white, and adopting this relaxed yet elegant feel

in your home.

So, loosen up; open your windows, letting in the cool breeze and natural views—this is a look that says relax and

stay while.

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all white dining room

Look at this wonderfully refined country elegance! Image Source: Swedish Interior Design

6) Add a Sauna

It may not be common knowledge, but saunas are part of the Scandinavian lifestyle.  These are not typical American

saunas that one usually finds in a fitness center, rather Scandinavian saunas are ingrained in the culture and have

their very own etiquette.

An article by, This is Finland, aptly points out that visitors need to go with the flow and follow the “bare facts” that

saunas involve taking off all your clothes—yes, you go naked in the sauna and sit with a group of other naked

people to sweat in 100 degree temperatures!

It is estimated that there are two million saunas in Finland alone, so hop into this relaxing cultural pastime by

incorporating a sauna  within the privacy of your own home—maybe you will even dare to go bare.

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bathroom sauna

Sauna’s are the epitome of Scandinavian culture. Image Source: Prestige Saunas

7) Form and Function of Scandinavian Homes

Functionality reigns supreme within these minimalist Scandinavian designs. Homes are meant to be open, airy and

have a flow that allows easy living.

This is not to say that art and romanticism doesn’t have a place in these designs—culture and art play a large role

in Scandinavian life, it is only natural for this to show up in their home interiors, as well.

Smashing Magazine offers an interesting reason for this minimalist design—Survival in the North required products

to be functional; they didn’t need heavy decorative elements, only what was functional and useful. Maybe we

should all take a cue from this simpler lifestyle and get rid of some of our un-required clutter.

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open kitchen

Scandinavian homes have character and a lived-in feeling. Image Source: The Kitchen Designer

8) Scandinavian Furniture

While modern Scandinavian furniture takes advantage of innovative textiles, these textiles were not available to the

early craftsmen. Amazing craftsmanship can still be seen in today’s Scandinavian homes via antiques and current

designs.

No matter what decade their furniture is derived from, one thing is certain—attention to detail and high-quality

materials will always show-up in Scandinavian furniture designs. A simplistic, yet artful, approach reveals itself in all

their furnishings through simple straight lines combined with understated ornateness.

Quite literally, their furniture is like an object of art, and it will last for a lifetime. This is the reason that there are

still some great antiques that remain on the market. If an antique is out of your price range, then consider looking

to many of the modern Scandinavian furniture designers who are making an impact in this market.

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contemporary open kitchen

Scandinavian furniture is modern and features simple, straight lines. Image Source: Baan Design

9) Simple, Yet Cozy Corner Fireplaces

It’s a long winter, so a fireplace is a must! Unlike North American homes, Scandinavian fireplaces do not usually

take center- stage in the middle of one wall.  They were never meant to be ornate centerpieces with mantles to

decorate.

Rather, these fireplaces were functional and meant to provide warmth and a place to cook. Of course, modern

homes do not need to worry so much about this functionality, so the fireplace design has become a bit more

of an artful focal point, yet they usually still remain in the corner of a room.

There are plenty of online sources that offer unique Scandinavian-style fireplaces, so take a look and see if you

can find one to add this warm eclectic touch to your home.

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corner fireplace modern

Add a cozy, yet modern, corner fireplace to your Scandinavian home. Image Source: Marica McKeel

 10)  Eco-Friendly Interiors

Along with their love of nature is a desire to nurture it.  Modern Scandinavian homes feature world-leading green

technologies that are exported around the globe.

Through political movements and a strong desire to save nature, Scandinavians have helped to lead the eco-friendly

design movement. Scandinavians not only preach this lifestyle, they live it — with 99% of Norway’s power being

derived by hydropower.

The entire world could stand up and take notice of the Scandinavians love and respect for nature— and we could

all mimic this lifestyle and save a tree or two.

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open modern kitchen

Scandinavian’s love nature and nurture it, too. Image Source: Mary Ellen Kowalewski

Are we all ready to hop on a place and move to Norway, Finland, Denmark or Sweden? It certainly is tempting

when you see all the beautiful homes and natural views that Scandinavia has to offer!

Since most of us are stuck in place (or don’t want to suffer through their dark winters), we should try to mimic

the Scandinavian design within our own homes. It is as easy as following these 10 design lessons outlined above.

So go ahead, paint your walls a lovely muted grey or blue; throw some white slipcovers over your furniture and

maybe pick up an antique or two. Scandinavian culture and design is achievable no matter where you live.

Do you love the aesthetic of Scandinavian design? Share your favorite look with us today!


文章轉載:http://freshome.com/2014/09/15/10-design-lessons-you-can-learn-from-scandinavian-interiors/

 

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【樂奇小學堂】
浴室暖風機 夏天也能用?

浴室暖風機不再是冬天的專利!
「涼風」功能讓你夏天也想窩在浴室裡~

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在日常生活中,人們都希望自己的居室空氣清新,可是由於一些原因,室內總會出現一些異味。若不消除,既影響居室空氣,又影響人體健康,同時也會給自己產生一種不好的心情。下面幾種常見的居室異味消除法,快來找到適合你家的吧!

1、黴味

每年的梅雨季節,屋內都很潮濕,居室內的衣箱,壁櫥,抽屜常常會散發黴味。

小妙招:你可往裏面放一塊肥皂,黴味即除,也可將曬乾的茶葉渣裝入紗布袋,分發各處,不僅能去除黴味,還能散發出一絲清香。

2、香煙味

室內吸煙,煙霧繚繞,有礙健康,氣味難聞。

小妙招:你可用蘸了醋的紗布在室內揮動或點支蠟燭,煙味即除。

3、廚房異味

在廚房中做飯做菜,飯菜的各種味道很濃。

小妙招:你在鍋中放少許食醋加熱蒸發,廚房異味即可消除。

4、油漆味

新油漆的牆壁或傢俱有一股濃烈的油漆味,要去除漆味。

小妙招:你只須在室內放兩盆冷鹽水,一至兩天漆味便除,也可將洋蔥浸泡盆中,同樣有效。

5、煤油煙味

用煤油爐或蜂窩煤做飯,在燃燒過程中,要產生黑色濃煙。

小妙招:若在煤油中或蜂窩煤上加幾滴醋,煙味即可減少或消除。

6、居室異味

小妙招:可在燈泡上滴幾滴香水或花露水,風油精,遇熱後會散發出陣陣清香,沁人心脾。

7、燉肉異味

小妙招:在鍋中加上幾橘皮,可除異味或油膩,並增加湯的鮮味。

8、魚腥味,如炒菜鍋裏有魚腥味時

小妙招:可將鍋燒熱,放一些用過的溫茶葉,魚腥味就會消失。

9、豆腐酸味,發現豆腐發酸時

小妙招:可用5%的蘇打溶液浸泡半小時,沖淨,酸味即除。

10、花肥臭味

在室內養花,若用發酵的溶液做肥料,會散發出一種臭味。

小妙招:這時可將新鮮橘皮切碎摻入液肥中一起澆灌,臭味即可消除。

11、垃圾桶臭味

當金屬垃圾發出臭味時。

小妙招:可將廢報紙點燃後迅速放進去,臭味即除。

12、衛生間臭味

家中衛生間雖然常沖洗,可還是有臭味。

小妙招:可將一盒清涼油或風油精開蓋後放於衛生間角落處,既可除臭又可驅蚊。也可放置一小杯香醋,惡臭也會自然消失。

 

來源:http://www.ntdtv.com/xtr/b5/2015/01/29/a1173029.html

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YOSAKOI索朗祭是在北方大地札幌初夏大的節慶,無論舞者或觀眾,以至大街小巷都洋溢著興奮與歡樂。在為期五天的活動之中,超過3百個舞團、4萬以上的舞者在札幌市内近20個會場熱情舞蹈。

YOSAKOI索朗是北海道獨特的節奏,結合了高知縣的YOSAKOI祭典與北海道的索朗民謠;活動主要看點是參加隊伍親手製作的服裝和精心編排的舞蹈。規則是參加隊員必須手持「鳴子」——一種類似響板的樂器跳舞,並在原創樂曲中加入「索朗」作為歌詞。舞者們身著鮮明的服裝,隨著動感的節奏整齊劃一的舞動著青春的活力,此時在場的觀眾也能感受到這股熱情的活力。每一支隊伍的舞蹈編排、配樂選擇以及服裝、化妝等都各有不同,令人目不暇給。參加的隊伍種類繁多,有由許多孩子組成的可愛型隊伍,有全部由年輕男子組成的力量型隊伍,有男女搭配的舞蹈隊伍,還有來自北海道以外的其他地區的隊伍;最近甚至還出現了由外國人組成的隊伍,十分有特色。參加隊伍的舞蹈會經過評審,以決定年度大獎——「索朗大獎」花落誰家。

1991年高知縣出身就讀於北海道大學的大學生,對於故鄉高知縣傳統祭典舞蹈 - YOSAKOI 當中手持響板的舞者、充滿熱情活力的舞蹈心有所感。「如果像這樣的活動能在北海道舉辦該有多好呀」。為了實現夢想,邀集了100位的年輕學子,以高知縣YOSAKOI的曲風,融合了北海道傳統的索朗民謠,以街道為舞台,開始了北海道風的 YOSAKOI索朗舞蹈。隔年第一屆的YOSAKOI 索朗祭正式登場,共10個團體1000人參與演出,此時吸引了約20萬群眾到此一睹YOSAKOI索朗的丰采。現在,YOSAKOI索朗祭吸引2百萬參觀人潮,在札幌可說是僅次於雪祭的另一項盛會。

這幾年來的成功使得YOSAKOI索朗祭的名聲擴大到日本全國。現在,日本各地都有舉行YOSAKOI索朗祭。

大通公園7丁目會場設有「圍圈跳舞索朗」會場,是專門讓市民與觀光客可以自由參加的跳舞的會場。忍不住想要顯一下身手的人可以試試。

YOSAKOI索朗節的主要會場是大通公園西8丁目會場。這個會場前面設有一般觀覽席與特別觀覽席。特別觀覽席的位置比較高,可以很清楚的看到舞台的表演。特別觀覽席全是指定席。

文章出處 : http://www.zipangguide.net/travel/event/sight/hokkaido/yosakoi.html

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【樂奇小學堂】一句中文找到希望!台灣姊妹曼谷創業,成立旅館當老闆

在異鄉的一句中文,讓一對姊妹在絕望中找到生機!在曼谷市區的「Vacio曼谷姐妹花民宿」,是近年來相當受到台灣人歡迎的住宿地點,交通便利,更享有特殊的在地設計,及「說中文也可通」的安心服務。打造民宿的是一對來自台灣的姊妹Ashley和Monica。Ashley坦言,三年來每一步都不容易,但一個鼓勵就能讓人找到希望......

 

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#好空氣找樂奇

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病態建築」(Sick Building)一詞,是由「世界衛生組織」(World Health Organization,WHO)在1983年所提出,早期研究發現在「空調型的辦公建築」中使用人員有「病態建築症候群」(Sick Building Syndrome)的症狀發生,其是指與建築物有關之非特異性症狀,包括:氣喘、過敏反應、咳嗽、打噴嚏等(WHO,1983)。而依症狀之表現可將病態建築症候群大致分為五類:

 (1)黏膜刺激相關症狀,如:眼睛乾或癢、喉嚨乾或痛等。
 (2)皮膚刺激相關症狀,如:皮膚乾或癢、皮膚發紅等。
 (3)神經毒性相關症狀如:頭痛、注意力不集中、昏睡等。
 (4)非特異性之症狀,如:鼻塞、流鼻水、類似氣喘之症狀等。
 (5)嗅覺與味覺之不適(Brightman et.al.,2001)。
 
其病症特徵是當人員進入病態建築後才會發生症狀,休假或離開該空間一段時間時,其症狀即會減輕或消失,而造成這些症狀產生之原因廣泛,為「多重致病原」,包含建築設計、室內污染源與行為、心理因素、個人工作因素等,也與建築物之室內物理性、化學性或生物性之危害相關,如微生物、揮發性有機化合物(VOCs)、二氧化碳(CO2)、光線及溫度等(Burge et.al.,1999)。另外根據世界衛生組織(WHO)的估計,大約30%「新建或重新改建」的建築物有「病態建築症候群」(SBS)的問題,而這類有「病態建築症候群」的建築大樓中,約有10-30%的員工羅患病態建築症候群的症狀,長期影響使用者之「健康」及「工作效率」,目前引起病態建築症候群的原因尚未定義清楚,在美國環保署(US.EPA,1991)之研究,大致可分為下列幾項原因:

 (1)不充分的通風換氣。
 (2)來自室內污染來源的化學物質。
 (3)來自室外污染來源的化學物質。
   (4)生物性污染。

大部分病態建築症狀的發生,都是與室內建築材料、建築通風設計、機械空調通風設備、人員及設備機具有關,當上述這些污染物來源進入建築物室內使用後,就會長期影響居住者的生理健康,增加額外的醫療成本支出。
 
資料來源:社團法人台灣病態建築協會 http://www.twasbc.org/detail.php?docId=271
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【樂奇小學堂國人十大死因  九大跟空污有關

呼吸不安全!空污殺人! 全球年奪650萬命恐怖真相!?國民大會 20170428

 

全球有8成人活在空汙"穹頂之下"。空氣汙染已經成為人類健康最大的殺手,全球每年導致近650萬人死亡。而台灣在NASA製作的空汙地圖,居然也榜上有名?台灣情況到底多嚴重?我們又該如何防範?

 

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【樂奇小學堂】
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良好的空氣品質以及無可匹敵的熱交換率

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三菱壁掛式全熱交換器安裝篇~開箱囉!

 

*品名:三菱壁掛式全熱交換機

*型號:VL-100U5-E

*產 地:日本原裝進口

*電壓:220V

*適合坪數:15坪以內

*適合地點:住宅、辦公室、幼兒園、補習班...

*官網連結:https://goo.gl/oxbZVQ

  

【前言】

一般想要安裝全熱交換機是因為考慮到戶外空氣汙染真的滿嚴重、動不動就聽到哪裡又紫爆、霾害、PM2.5等懸浮微粒,對居家的成員有著極大的殺傷力。

而我們時常待在室內長達80%~90%時間,為了確保個人隱私在室內空間就不會時常開窗口,導致空氣不流通;尤其到了夏天更不用說,冷氣開久了又會覺得悶悶的,這時全熱交換機就是最佳解決方案。

但是安裝全熱交換機都必須在房子裝潢前完成規劃安裝,不然就無法使用。現在不用煩惱了,就算已裝潢好也可以安裝全熱交換機,效能也一樣,可以引進戶外新鮮空氣排出室內髒空氣。

三菱壁掛式全熱交換機可以有效引進新鮮空氣,排除室內髒空氣,同時可以選購HEPA濾網與機器做搭配,能有效過濾PM2.5高達95%

 

今天就為大家介紹三菱壁掛式全熱交換器的施工安裝

這個案場是設計師委託公司來做規劃並找師傅施工安裝。

 

【步驟1:檢查主機與確認零配件】

首先,開箱後檢查主機並確認零配件是否齊全。同時也詳細閱讀說明書。(由於是日本原裝進口的,所以廠家一般都不會拆封,以保持其完整性。)

 

【步驟2:開挖壁孔】

1.師傅會針對要安裝的地方採用"金屬探測儀器"偵測牆面,避免穿樑洗洞時洗到鋼筋或電線。

2.另外,請確認安裝的牆面是平坦無凹凸不平整的情形。若有不平整的情形,可能無法順利運轉或產生噪音。

3.然後在牆面上標示要開挖壁孔的地方。↓↓↓

4.師傅根據標示的地方會開挖兩個4英吋的壁孔。

5.在開挖壁孔時要注意,要以向室外側傾斜的方式開挖這個壁孔,傾斜是為了避免雨水的侵入。

6.開鑿好的兩個進排氣洞壁孔的示意圖

【步驟3:裁切進/排氣管 】

1.再來師傅會先量測牆壁厚度。(若是壁厚超過300mm,請使用隨貨附帶的進/排氣管B

2.然後與地面垂直方式裁切多餘的通氣管,因為管長過長,會無法蓋上外氣罩。

3.將進氣管分別插入管路安裝板,並以逆時鐘方向將四個端點卡入緊點。

【步驟4:安裝機體安裝板】

1.將機體安裝板裝上,然後使用8顆螺絲鎖在具有支撐力的牆面適當位置。

【步驟5:安裝空氣進氣/排氣管】

1.最後將進/排氣管伸入壁孔中,用附帶鋁質膠布將管口確實服貼。(若是管路沒有確實密封,會影響活門的動作)

2.將外氣罩塞入排氣管中,鎖緊法蘭螺帽,確認外氣罩的UPPER標記鎖緊後是位於上方位置,用固定螺絲鎖緊外氣罩。

 

【步驟6:安裝主機】

1.將主機體上的掛鉤孔,對準安裝板上掛勾(兩側均有)如下圖所示。

2.請將主機本體壓向牆面,並用隨貨附帶的螺絲鎖緊,同時將電源線自預先開好的孔中壓入(若電源線位置沒有服貼在孔內,主機本體也無法服貼安裝在牆面上)。

3.將電源插頭插入插座中。

【步驟7:室外進排氣罩安裝】

1.填補壁孔:將進氣/排氣與牆壁之間的間隙補滿 (任何未填滿的間隙會導致雨水的滲入。)

2.安裝外氣罩:

  A.將外氣罩塞入空氣進/排氣管中,鎖緊法蘭螺帽(請確外氣罩的UPPER標記鎖緊後是位於上方位置),用固定螺絲鎖緊外氣罩。

  ※外氣罩各有一邊是遮住的,以免排氣混入進氣。

  B.利用外氣罩固定螺絲將外氣罩固定在外氣罩安裝板上。

【步驟8:試運轉】

1.安裝完成,師傅會現場試運轉和解說機器操作模式。

2.這次安裝的機種是拉繩機種,一共有3階段可以做選擇。(另有牆壁開關式的機種可選擇)

3.可調式擺葉出風口:出風口的擺葉可以調整往下吹或往前出風。

【保養方式】

1.壁掛式全熱的清潔保養很簡單,先關閉電源。

2.請將面板確實地打開,按下Lossnay核心手把上的勾子,並朝向自己的方向移出,就可以將室外空氣濾網,使用吸塵器清潔濾網,使用有刷頭的吸塵器清潔核心;清洗完畢後,再直接放回去即可,是非常貼心又方便的設計。

※建議:濾網清潔過五、六次之後,請更換新的濾網。

3.至於Lossnay核心部分每年至少清潔一次。(清潔次數可視使用環境的量增減)

 

【三菱Lossnay核心是全熱交換器的始祖】

【往捲起的紙張內吹氣,呼出的熱氣溫度隨著紙張傳導到手心。根據這個簡單的原理,三菱電機於1970年首創先驅開發Lossnay核心!】

1970年代,三菱電機採用「紙」來進行能源回收,推出Lossnay全熱交換器,並在全球七個國家(日本、美國、法國、英格蘭、德國、加拿大、義大利)獲得專利

Lossnay熱交換核心,是為環保節能核心。使用特殊紙材再經處理後,採用平板與波浪方式交錯疊置,以讓有限容積空間發揮最大熱交換面積,將熱能回收效率大幅提升。交錯疊置結構讓排出室內渾濁空氣及引入室外新鮮空氣分開流動不混合,並藉由紙為媒介將兩股氣流進行熱能量交換。

三菱全熱交換機能源回收率最高,可節約能源

現代人待在室內的時間越來越長,我們常常依賴冷氣的開啟,誤以為冷氣會為我們做室外循環,實際上,冷氣只有內循環。但我們不可能開著冷氣又開著窗戶,因此得仰賴全熱交換機協助在密閉空間中享有新鮮空氣!
其實全熱交換機可以與冷氣相輔相成,透過能源回收使引入室外新鮮空氣更接近原有空調狀態下的室內空氣條件,因而降低空調設備的負擔而達到節能省電的目的。目前,三菱全熱交換機的能源回收率可高達85%,為目前業界最高!

除此之外,還有溫度調節作用,若室外空氣為35度,則經過全熱交換機,將溫度調節為27.8度,若冷氣機的溫度設定在26度,則冷氣機的運作在全熱交換機的輔助下,只需降1.8度,因此可以達到節能省電效果。

安靜設計,隔音能力優

Lossnay的經過特別設計,能吸收外來聲波,核心可以降低約30db,即使在吵雜的室外環境,如機場、公路、鐵路旁,也能有效隔絕外來噪音,保持室內寧靜的生活環境!

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