Carbon Monoxide Detector by Kidde
In simple terms, Carbon Monoxide (CO) is produced whenever a material burns. Homes with fuel-burning appliances or attached garages are more likely to have CO problems Common sources of CO in our homes include fuel-burning appliances and devices such as:
- Gas furnaces, wall heaters or boilers
- Gas stoves and ovens
- Fireplaces, both gas and wood burning
- Gas water heaters
- Gas clothes dryers
- Charcoal grills
- Wood stoves
- Gas power generators
- Motor vehicles
- Gas power tools and lawn equipment
- Tobacco smoke
Increase your family's safety by installing a Kidde Carbon Monoxide Detector. Detecting CO in ranges from 30-999 ppm (parts per million), you will know if CO levels in your home are unsafe. Easily install the CO detector by plugging into an outlet. The system includes a 9V backup battery for continual monitoring during power outages.
Protect your family with a Carbon Monoxide detector today!