McGiever wrote:I'll second that!
You have peaked my curiosity...What's the difference between a CO Detector and a CO Monitor? And where to use one or the other.
titleist1 wrote:detector vs. monitor .... i was thinking the monitor had the numeric display, detector did not.
Xwoodburner wrote:I have a kidde that was in my house when I bought it
That says 400 ppm with in5 minutes
People count on these??
A monitor is allowed to display ppm on a readout
A detector goes off at a predetermined value
Read the back of ur device
It will tell you ppm, at how low ur detector need to see that value to alert you
Anyone wanna share what theirs say?
Xwoodburner wrote:Has anyone started a topic on carbon monoxide?
I recently went to a really good co school
It changed a lot of what I thought I knew
I would be willing to share for the safety of all