Effects of Low Levels of Carbon Monoxide Over Time?

Answer Carbon monoxide, also known as CO, can be a silent killer. The gas is tasteless, odorless and invisible. Chimneys, gas appliances, furnaces and automobile exhaust from garages are possible sources ... Read More »

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Carbon Monoxide Detection Levels?

Carbon monoxide gas is a byproduct of many processes in and out of the home. Dangerous carbon monoxide levels often go unnoticed, since the gas has no smell or color, so there are no warning signs.... Read More »

Can carbon water filters cause carbon monoxide?

A carbon filter is made of coal that water passes through, which traps the particles and clean water is deposited in the glass. Carbon dioxide is not created because there are no chemical reactions... Read More »

Where can you buy carbon monoxide gas from?

You can buy it where they sell oxygen and acetlene. We use to buy it to put down dogs and cats. It expensive.

Where should a carbon monoxide detector be placed?

The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission recommends placing a carbon monoxide detector in the hallway near every separate sleeping area of the home. For example, if you have two bedrooms in one ... Read More »