We often use carbon monoxide alarm argos to detect the concentration of gas. Where are the carbon monoxide alarms generally installed?
It is recommended not to install carbon monoxide alarms in garages, kitchens, or furnace rooms. Installation in these places may cause annoying alarm sounds. And may be exposed to substances that can damage or contaminate the sensor head, or may not be able to make people hear the alarm in other places in the house. In garages, car exhaust will contain some carbon monoxide. The carbon monoxide concentration will be relatively high when the engine starts to emit, which will cause the instrument to alarm.
In the kitchen, furnace room and some burning appliances will produce short-term high concentrations of carbon monoxide. this is normal. If you install the CO analyzer too close to these burning appliances. It may often sound an alarm and become a kind of noise. If you must install the CO analyzer near the kitchen or heating appliances. A certain distance from these appliances should be considered.
Do not install in very dirty, dusty or greasy places, such as kitchens, garages, etc. Oil, dust or household chemicals can contaminate or be on the sensor head of the CO analyzer. Make the CO analyzer not work properly. Do not block the vents of the CO analyzer. Install the CO analyzer in a place where it will not be blocked by curtains, furniture or other objects and where there is air circulation. Do not install it in a place with no air circulation. For example, the top of a vaulted ceiling or a pointed roof, where carbon monoxide cannot reach the sensor head in time and an early alarm is issued.
Do not install in strong wind from ceiling fans. Do not install near doors and windows that lead to the outdoors. Near fresh air vents or any other well-ventilated place. The fast circulating air from the fan or the fresh outdoor air will affect the response of the alarm.
Do not install in a place where the temperature is lower than 4°C or higher than 38°C. These places include rooms, attics, corridors and garages. The extreme temperature will affect the sensitivity of the CO analyzer.
After a brief introduction of the above content, everyone should have a more detailed understanding of the CO analyzer. There are many kinds of CO analyzers on the market, but they can be roughly divided into two types for household and industrial use. Generally, the setting for home use is relatively simple, and the setting for industrial use is more complicated. According to different occasions, different types of nitric oxide CO analyzers should be selected. In the process of using nitric oxide CO analyzer in daily life. Observe the CO analyzer's readings from time to time to prevent poisoning as much as possible. Hope the above content is helpful to everyone.