Installing a CO detector is your first-line defense against typical CO-producing issues with your gas furnace. However, if you see these warning signs, call an HVAC professional to perform an inspection and maintenance.
Using Carbon Monoxide Meters to Detect and Monitor Carbon Monoxide Levels (Generic Across all Industry/App Pages)
The Sensorcon Inspector is a trusted tool used by HVAC professionals and home inspectors for detecting and identifying sources of carbon monoxide leaks.
Low-to-moderate carbon monoxide (CO) levels in the common areas of the home are indicative of a leak source inside the residence. After ruling out possible outside sources of carbon monoxide, for example a car running close to an open window or in the garage, the professional can use the Sensorcon Inspector to check the furnace, boiler or other home appliances (e.g. gas water heater or stove).
Higher carbon monoxide (CO) levels in the common areas of the home may be indicative of a problem with the furnace or the venting, especially for forced hot air gas furnaces.
Depending on the concentration levels of CO within the home, the HVAC professional or home inspector can take appropriate action, including disabling the furnace until the equipment can be repaired or replaced.
The Sensorcon CO Inspector is a portable and reliable carbon monoxide meter (CO meter) that was designed in the USA and assembled in our manufacturing facility located in Buffalo, NY.
The CO meter provides you with real-time readings all the way from 0 to 2000 PPM and is used by professionals to monitor or inspect for carbon monoxide.
Trusted by police, fire fighters, emergency medical services (EMS), home inspectors, plumbers, and HVAC technicians, the Sensorcon CO Inspector is a great tool for monitoring for and diagnosing CO leaks in the home or workplace.
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