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Thread: CO Alarms
02-02-2007, 12:42 PM #1
02-02-2007, 01:46 PM #2
many of my customers insist that i repair a furnace that has a cracked heat exchanger, first i show them if i can (not good enough), so if the unit will operate i open windows then i show them the co levels with my sniffer (not good enough) and if the unit doesnt operate i try to explain the hazards of co.
(but the customer knows best), so after the confertation i tell them i will not repair your furnace and be responsible for your death. and besides that dont you want to cure your headachs. for some reson that usually works
landlords have been the worst and i tell all renters to get a plugin co detector so if they move they can take it with them if they move because some landlords a tightwads and wont take care of there equipment they just wont $I dont warranty Tinkeritus
02-02-2007, 04:53 PM #3
I didn't watch the video but the blog had some great information in it.
That is the first report by the media that I have ever seen mention the difference between UL 2034 alarms & low level monitors, my hats off to them for this because most don't have a clue.
Nice post mayguy.Have you set up a Google alert for Carbon Monoxide yet?
Click here to find out how.
02-02-2007, 05:40 PM #4
02-02-2007, 06:30 PM #5Professional Member
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Had a training class at work a couple months ago on CO Detectors. Guy took a "UL Rated" detector, put it in a plastic ziploc bag, then filled bag with (Forget PPM, But it was alot) CO, and closed the bag. Took the detector 1/2 hour to go off...... Put a low level monitor in the bag, went off immediatly.
02-02-2007, 07:12 PM #6
02-03-2007, 02:23 AM #7