Monoxide Alarms

Monoxide alarms save lives.

  Kidde KN-COSM-B Battery-Operated Combination Carbon Monoxide and Smoke Alarm with Talking Alarm First Alert CO615 Carbon Monoxide Plug-In Alarm with Battery Backup and Digital Display  Kidde KN-COSM-IB Hardwire Combination Carbon Monoxide and Smoke Alarm with Battery Backup and Voice Warning, Interconnectable  Kidde KN-COPP-B Front Load Battery-Operated Carbon Monoxide Alarm with Digital Display
Kidde KN-COSM-B Battery-Operated Combination Carbon Monoxide and Smoke Alarm with Talking Alarm

First Alert CO615 Carbon Monoxide Plug-In Alarm with Battery Backup and Digital Display

Kidde KN-COSM-IB Hardwire Combination Carbon Monoxide and Smoke Alarm with Battery Backup and Voice Warning, Interconnectable

Kidde KN-COPP-B Front Load Battery-Operated Carbon Monoxide Alarm with Digital Display

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Nighthawk Carbon Monoxide Detector  Safety Siren Pro Series HS71512 3 Radon Gas Detector  First Alert SC9120B Hardwire Combination Smoke/Carbon Monoxide Alarm with Battery Backup  Kidde P19000 Battery-Operated Dual Ionization and Photoelectric Sensor Smoke Alarm 
Nighthawk Carbon Monoxide Detector Safety Siren Pro Series HS71512 3 Radon Gas Detector  First Alert SC9120B Hardwire Combination Smoke/Carbon Monoxide Alarm with Battery Backup  Kidde P19000 Battery-Operated Dual Ionization and Photoelectric Sensor Smoke Alarm 
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Kidde KN-COSM-XTR-B Intelligent Alarm, Combination Carbon Monoxide, Fire And Smoke       
Kidde KN-COSM-XTR-B Intelligent Alarm, Combination Carbon Monoxide, Fire And Smoke       
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Monoxide Alarms Can Protect Us From Serious Accidents

There is a lurking danger in our homes that most homeowners are not aware of. It is the danger of carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning. You can’t see this gas because it is colorless.  It is also tasteless and odorless. But it is deadly, that’s why it is known as the “silent killer”. This toxic gas is the leading cause of accidental poisoning deaths in the United States. Every year, based on a report from the Journal of the American Medical Association, carbon monoxide is responsible for 2,100 deaths and 20,000 calls for emergency. This scenario can be easily turned around if only homeowners would install monoxide alarms.

With this dreadful statistics of accidental deaths, you need to protect your family by being aware of the dangers of carbon monoxide. You also need to know how you can use monoxide alarms in preventing these accidental deaths from happening inside your home. It is imperative to do it as soon as possible because you are right now actually using a lot of appliances and equipment that can produce this deadly gas.

Every time you burn a fuel, carbon monoxide is produced. If you’re a typical housewife, you are using a lot of appliances that produces CO. These appliances include clothes dryer, gas ovens, water heaters, barbecue grills, generators and most of all, your car. Statistics show that around two thirds of Americans heat their homes by using gas, kerosene and wood. It would interest you to know that 65% of accidental poisoning deaths are caused by the heating system. By using monoxide alarms, you can be sure that this won’t happen in your home.

The basic function of a CO alarm is to alert you when carbon monoxide gas reaches a critical level where it becomes dangerous. Manufacturers have come up with different modes of alarm systems to cater to the preference and budgetary constraints of consumers. There are CO alarms that send out beeping and chirping sounds. More advanced models warn the user by actual voice recordings coming out from the alarm itself. For example, when CO accumulates at dangerous levels, you will hear “Warning! Carbon Monoxide!” There are alarms which features Peak Level Memory, wherein you are informed about the highest CO reading. Some alarms provide you with a digital display indicating the presence of CO.

Safety authorities recommend that every home should have a CO alarm. These monoxide alarms should be installed at every level of the home, most especially in the sleeping areas. If you can afford only one alarm, you should place it in the hallway nearest to the bedrooms. Install the alarm at least 15 feet away from any appliance or equipment that burns fuel. Never place the alarm in places where there is no air circulation or places where there is too much air passage like windows and doors.

You need to test your CO alarm once a month to see if it is properly working. Regularly cleaning the unit at least once a month from the accumulated dust will also prolong the life of the alarm.

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