The heat wave continues to hit France. And our business is not spared by this weather anomaly. In France, temperatures between 35°C and 37°C are expected in the departments placed in orange vigilance by Météo France, in its last bulletin of Thursday August 11, 2022 at 6 a.m. However, exposure to such rises in mercury can cause damage to certain objects.
Either they may present a risk of malfunction or explosion, or their effectiveness may be reduced. The slideshow below lists them, based on data collected from Cnews, Maison
They must arouse greater surveillance on your part during periods of heat wave. The assurance of their proper functioning lies above all in avoiding direct sunlight or keeping them at room temperature. For this, do not place them in a car in direct sunlight, because the passenger compartment can reach, depending on the moment, up to 70°C, according to La Chaîne Météo.
In your home, to reduce the consequences of the dangerous phenomenon that France is currently experiencing, it is advisable to circulate the air as much as possible. Especially at night, and to close the shutters and windows during the day, indicates Le Parisien. Especially in rooms exposed to the sun.
Finally, the use of certain electrical appliances and lights generates heat. It may be worth unplugging them when not in use. Green plants are also a good solution to help humidify the room and cool it down.