Believe It Or Not It’s True
UL-2034 “TESTING” Requirements State that exposure to the following amounts of C O, for the specified periods of time, may be “Permitted” before they “MUST” sound an audible alarm:
At 70 PPM ….. up to 240 MINUTES [4 hours]
At 150 PPM …. UP TO 150 MINUTES
Final UL-2034 “TEST” is at 400 PPM, this “Highest Level” was not reached in this TEST conducted by Bob Dwyer; therefore, 258 PPM for 45 minutes is OKAY TO UL-2034.
Is it OKAY with YOU ? … your Pregnant Wife? …your Infant? … your Young Children? … your Elderly family members? …Individuals of all ages who have any serious Illness?
RIGHT NOW, … call your local Fire Chief and ask him: “What Level of Carbon Monoxide is SAFE IN MY HOME” ?
Here is what the UL-2034 C O – alarm manufacturers have been saying in their product “Liability Disclaimers for years:
A Kidde-Nighthawk Model #KN-COPP-3 says: “Pregnant women, infants, children, senior citizens, persons with heart or respiratory problems and smokers may experience symptoms at lower levels of exposure than noted. Individuals with medical problems may consider using warning devices which provide audible and visual signals for carbon monoxide concentrations under 30 ppm.”
PRO-TECH and their parent company S-Tech, say: “Individuals with medical problems may consider using warning devices which provide audible and visual signals for carbon monoxide concentrations under 30 ppm“.
The DICON / American Sensors Model 850E states the above and adds the words “using more sensitive detection devices which provides audible and visual signals for concentrations under 30 ppm.”
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