How to install ductless exhaust fans to reduce emissions
The best way to cut emissions is to get the most out of your car, but it can be a challenge to get that work done right, especially if you have a high-end sports car.
A new study from the University of California, Berkeley, and the University at Buffalo has shown how exhaust fans can help.
The study analyzed emissions from 441 Ford F-150 pickup trucks and found that a ductless fan installed on a stock exhaust fan would reduce the average emissions by about 12% over the previous year.
The findings are important because they’re a result of the work of a company called PEC.
PEC is a startup based in China that is building a product to control exhaust fan airflow.
It works by attaching a sensor that measures airflow from the exhaust fan to the air intake to track the amount of heat coming out of the exhaust system.
The results are used to design new exhaust fans.
PEC has been testing the ductless fans on some of its trucks, and has found they reduce emissions by 13%.
The researchers then tested whether they could control the airflow of the fan by attaching ductless ducting to the exhaust vent holes, a move that would require a different kind of duct.
The researchers found that installing ductless gear improves the airflow by about 9%, a big difference.
That means that the ducting that is in place actually helps reduce the exhaust emissions by a little bit.
The ductless venting is also more efficient at blocking the exhaust from venting air directly into the air inlet of the car, which is what the exhaust fans are designed to do.
There are other benefits, too.
Pec’s study found that exhaust fans with ductless performance are 50% less likely to cause engine damage than the fans without ducting.
While ductless technology is becoming more common in the car industry, it’s still rare to see it installed in vehicles built for the road.
The PEC ductless products are made of a polymer and are about the size of a tennis racket.
I would have liked to see this technology come to my car as soon as possible, said Richard Stromberg, director of the Center for Energy and Environment at the University in Buffalo.
If PEC does succeed in developing a product that can be installed in a new car, it could have a significant impact on the world’s air quality.
According to the Environmental Protection Agency, annual global air quality is responsible for about 2.5 million premature deaths, with the United States ranking last in the world, and China and India as the top two emitters.