Re: [Electronics_101] Solder smoke extraction
> You kind of have to be careful how you thread your way through thisOn the page we discussed was clearly work done on a PC SMPS on the very
> that's for sure. Not that dangerous, though, worst that would happen
> is a
> box might fall on your foot.
of a totally cluttered bench.
I'd not call that workplace safety.
At one point i got fed up that i can't use most of my tools because they
are "somewhere under that" and decided i need to reorganize things.
Now i try to at least clear off the bench before i start a new project, and
finish one after the other.
- On Sun, 08 Aug 2004 19:54:11 -0000, Phil <phil1960us@...> wrote:
> --- In Electronics_101@yahoogroups.com, "Stefan Trethan"There is a paper filter in the fume hood.
> <stefan_trethan@g...> wrote:
>> On Sat, 7 Aug 2004 16:58:30 -0700 (PDT), mpdickens <md30022@y...>
>> The kitchen fume exhaust ALSO ends in the attic and believe me
> there is NO
>> going back inside the house.
> Forgive me for being OT but I find it amazing that there are places
> where kitchen exhausts are in attics. The grease accumulation from
> that over time (hot grease/oil vapors + cold attic = slime layer) has
> to be really nasty. I know the inside top of my kitchen exhaust
> stack where it goes outside was kind of greasy after 3 years and we
> dont cook that much (or use that much oil, either).
You can find a small greasy spot on the roof where it ends, but hey, after
25 years or so....
I remember at my grandmother's house it's the same, there is no greasy
forever i guess... (though she used to keep a mesh over the outlet to keep
the mice from coming down ;-)).
As said, many attics here are practically considered outside, just with a
There are boxes up there which get a layer of dust over the years, but it
isn't a slimy layer.
I reckon most of it is blown in by the wind, or created by the chimney
sweeper (there is a door
in the chimney up there). So you see, no problems, no slime.