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Carbon Monoxide Detector Monitor and Alarm

Several states have enacted laws that require carbon monoxide detectors in multi-family dwellings. You too should have a CO Alarm.

Why a Carbon Monoxide Alarm is so important.

Your home is your safe haven from the unpredictable weather outside. However, some of the products and appliances you use to make your home a better place to live can produce a colorless, odorless gas called carbon monoxide (CO). Fuels such as natural gas, LP gas, kerosene, coal, wood and charcoal, as well as automobiles can all have the potential to produce CO. Exposure to CO can cause fatigue, chest pains, impaired vision and coordination, headaches,dizziness, confusion, nausea, and in extreme cases, death. While the products that use these fuels undergo rigorous quality control checks by their manufacturers, it has been reported that more than 2000 people in the United States die every year from carbon monoxide produced by improperly maintained fuel-burning appliances. That's why Bryant recommends following a regular schedule of furnace maintenance in addition to placing a Carbon Monoxide Alarm in every sleeping location and/or one on every floor of your home.

Carbon Monoxide Detector
KEY FEATURES:

  • EASY TO READ
    Continuous digital display lets you monitor the level of CO currently in your home. Display is updated every 15 seconds.
  • EASY TO TEST
    Test / Reset button checks the unit's electronic circuitry and horn and resets the unit during alarm.
  • CONVENIENT PEAK LEVEL MONITORING
    Peak level button displays the highest CO level recorded since the alarm was last reset or unplugged.
  • FLEXIBLE PLACEMENT
    AC plug adapter provides constant power to the unit and allows flexibility of placement: direct plug-in, wall mounted or tabletop.
  • CONTINUOUS PROTECTION
    Rechargeable lithium ion battery provides uninterrupted protection even during a power outage.
  • BEST IN CLASS
    The Bryant CO Alarm is backed by a full 7 year limited warranty.

For more than a century, Bryant has delivered on the promise of providing superior quality, reliability, value and comfort to a nation of satisfied homeowners. Our company-wide dedication to doing whatever it takes to earn your trust has motivated us to continuously develop products that provide peace of mind to families who put their trust in us. And, that's why we're excited to offer the Carbon Monoxide Alarm. The Bryant Carbon Monoxide Alarm lets you rest easy by providing reliable monitoring of carbon monoxide (CO) gas in your home. It offers family protection by warning you when those levels rise above acceptable levels. Offered by your trusted local Bryant dealer and backed by the best name in the business, this product can help you and your family truly enjoy the comfort of your home.

The EPA recommend the following steps to reduce exposure to carbon monoxide:

  • Keep gas appliances properly adjusted.
  • Consider purchasing a vented space heater when replacing an unvented one.
  • Use proper fuel in kerosene space heaters.
  • Install and use an exhaust fan vented to the outdoors over gas stoves.
  • Open flues when fireplaces are in use.
  • Choose a properly sized wood stove and make sure its doors fit tightly.
  • Have a trained professional inspect, clean and tune-up central heating system (furnaces, flues and chimneys) annually. Repair any leaks promptly.
  • Do not idle the car inside garage.
  • Do not run electric generators in the garage.

Symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning

Carbon Monoxide Poisoning timetable

The toxicity of CO depends upon the concentration of CO measured in parts per million, and the amount of time exposed. A high concentration of CO over a short period of time may result in death 1-3 minutes. Lower concentrations can be fatal within 15 - 60 minutes. Symptoms include headache, fatigue, dizziness, nausea, convulsions and unconsciousness resulting in death. Remember CO is odorless and tasteless and you cannot tell if CO is in the air unless you have a detector. If you experience any of these symptoms or your CO alerts you with an alarm, GET OUT OF HOUSE and call 911 immediately. Take the time to educate all of the members of your family and tenants of this danger.

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