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Use the Carbon Monoxide Detector Alarm & Sensor for a toxic gas you cannot see or smell. Carbon monoxide (CO) can be emitted from a multitude of sources, such as clogged chimneys, poorly vented stoves, heaters and running a vehicle in your garage.
You want to make sure you're covered with all possible emission sources with this alarm.
Everybody is at risk of CO poisoning, especially infants, the immunocompromised and elderly. High exposures to CO in your home can lead to headache, vomiting, unconsciousness and even death.
And who knows what the possible detrimental effects of prolonged low exposure to CO would be. Scientists don't even know yet.
The Carbon Monoxide Detector Alarm & Sensor has electrochemical technology that's highly sensitive to detect incredibly low levels of CO at 50 ppm. That's in line with industry-leading alarms and expert advice based on exposure assessments.
We detect the gas BEFORE it ever becomes a health problem.
The Carbon Monoxide Detector Alarm & Sensor will detect very small concentrations of the noxious gas before it's too late.
There is an easy-to-read digital display screen on the alarm you can view at any time and an acoustic alarm that's loud enough for everyone in the house to hear and evacuate on time should the worst happen. Safety first.
The Carbon Monoxide Detector Alarm & Sensor is designed to detect CO long before it's ever a human health issue.
For example, you could place the CO alarm in your kitchen, as heat sources like stoves are typical CO culprits. If the alarm sounds or you see the digital reading edging closer to 50 ppm, stop what you're doing and open the window to ventilate.
You may never have thought of this without a prompt from the CO alarm.
All products are shipped within 48-72 business hours and usually delivered within 3-8 business days.
If you aren't completely satisfied with your product, return the item within 14 days of delivery for a refund (see refund policy for more details)