carbon monoxide


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an odorless very poisonous gas that is a product of incomplete combustion of carbon

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Carbon monoxide can kill within minutes through unintended exposure from poorly-maintained heating systems, or gas stoves or gas-powered generators used for heat or power during storms.
Carbon monoxide is a poisonous gas that has no smell or taste.
Carbon Monoxide Detectors Are Essential One of the best ways to protect yourself from carbon monoxide poisoning is to install several carbon monoxide detectors in your home.
'During the colder months, we see an increase in the number of patients with carbon monoxide positioning.
"[My father] mistook the signs of carbon monoxide poisoning for the symptoms of flu," said Emma.
From headaches to nausea, the symptoms of carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning are being dangerously confused with seasonal illnesses.
One of the leading causes of carbon monoxide related poisoning and death is the burning of wood or charcoal inside the home.
Private landlords are legally required to fit smoke alarms on each floor of their properties and carbon monoxide alarms in rooms containing solid fuel burners or face a [pounds sterling]5,000 fine.
Get your appliances serviced annually by an OFTEC registered technician to ensure maximum efficiency and make sure the appliance is not leaking carbon monoxide. OFTEC registered technicians are recommended by the Health & Safety Executive, the Consumer Council and NI Direct.
Read: (ibtimes.com/mh370-deadly-carbon-monoxide-burning-lithium-ion-batteries-filled-cabin-crash-new-1987491) New Theory Claims MH370 Might Have Had Carbon Monoxide Filling Up The Cabin
During 2010-2015, a total of 2,244 deaths resulted from unintentional carbon monoxide poisoning, with the highest numbers of deaths each year occurring in winter months.
MILLIONS of British homes don't have a carbon monoxide alarm and if yours is one of them it could be putting you and your family at risk Potentially deadly carbon monoxide is created when a fuel (gas, oil, solid fuels, etc) isn't burning correctly and is usually - although not exclusively - emitted from faulty gas boilers, fires and cookers.
PRODUCT OF THE WEEK THE FireAngel CO-9D Digital LCD Carbon Monoxide Alarm (PS22.49, Screwfix, screwfix.com) has a sealed-for-life battery designed to last seven years.
Screw the plate back on when the final coat of paint is dry - you may need to go around the plate with white flexible filler or caulk to get the best finish.PRODUCT OF THE WEEK THE FireAngel CO-9D Digital LCD Carbon Monoxide Alarm (PS22.49, Screwfix, screwfix.com) has a sealed-for-life battery designed to last seven years.
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