Xwoodburner wrote:I would love to weed though his training and share it with u guys
And decide fact from opinion,and why
i am in violent agreement as they say......and i thought we were working together to get the info but maybe only in my mind...
thus the question i asked about the co stratifying....
i was going by molecular weight which certainly doesn't fall under 'no proof' since that is a measurable physical property of the gas as compared with other gasses in the atmosphere.
i was wondering if jim davis presented different real world data to indicate 5' was optimum height. or if, as you suggested in your other response, it was your OCD kicking in to get one at nose level.
that height does make sense to me if the gas does mix uniformly since that is the level where you're breathing and would be sucking in the fumes. just like putting one at 3' in the bedroom makes sense since that is about your nose height when sleeping. i don't have any receptacles at 5' in my house or at 3' in the bedroom so I would need to come up with something. the one in my workshop is just under 5' since that is the level of receptacles above the workbench - so i am good in there.