StaySafe Carbon Monoxide Detector
StaySafe Carbon Monoxide Detector
StaySafe Carbon Monoxide Detector

StaySafe Carbon Monoxide Detector

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The only way to detect deadly carbon monoxide (CO) gas.

The StaySafe Carbon Monoxide Detector uses an advanced sensor to warn you of what's now commonly known as 'The Silent Killer'.

An audible alarm alerts you to dangerous high levels of CO, while the integrated digital display provided awareness of low levels that can affect long-term health. Features include:

  • Loud 85dB alarm sound
  • Digital LCD display
  • Easy-change AA batteries (included)
  • Test and silence button
  • Low battery warning
  • Free standing or wall/ceiling mounting

FULLY TESTED AND APPROVED

  • Conforms to EN 50291-1:2018 standard

StaySafe Carbon Monoxide Detector Approvals

Where should the StaySafe Carbon Monoxide Detector be installed?

There could be multiple sources of carbon monoxide in your home. Make sure you're aware of what they are and install a CO detector in the same room. Some other tips for positioning include:

  • Install at either the same height as the appliance, or at head height
  • Place in locations where the alarm can be heard if sleeping
  • Do not install in bathrooms
  • The StaySafe Carbon Monoxide Detector will not detect smoke or fire - ensure you have StaySafe Smoke Detectors and StaySafe Heat Detectors to ensure you're safe from the dangers of fire

What is Carbon Monoxide (CO)?

Carbon monoxide is a toxic gas which is produced when a fuel burns inefficiently. The
most common sources are faulty boilers, gas fires, cookers and solid fuel stoves. It has as lack of colour, taste and smell, and is therefore carbon monoxide is invisible to the human senses.

Symptoms of CO poisoning include flu-like symptoms, headaches, nausea, stomach pain and tiredness/dizzyness. High levels of CO kill around 50 people in the UK each year.

(Source: United Against CO)


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