The buying guide for choosing a good CO alarm
Carbon monoxide (CO) is the number one cause of poisoning deaths in the world colorless and odorless gas, CO is a byproduct of combustion. Buying the right carbon monoxide alarm could be the most important purchase you ever make. Find out the key facts you need to know when buying a CO alarm with our carbon monoxide detectors buying guide. Steps:
1. Long sensor life time for at least 7 years continuous work.
2. Get approval from authorized certification bodies like BSI , INTERTEK etc.
3. Unlike smoke detectors, which must be ceiling-mounted, carbon-monoxide detectors can be mounted to a baseboard or set on a bookshelf.
4. Digital models constantly display the carbon monoxide levels in the room.
5. Recommendation is to place one carbon-monoxide detector on every floor in the home; minimal requirement is one detector outside of every bedroom.
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