This device can help to protect you and your family from the effects of carbon monoxide poisoning. For maximum protection, you should have a CO detector in any room with a fuel-burning appliance, 1-3 metres away from open fires, gas cookers or boilers. You should also have a carbon monoxide alarm in bedrooms.
This is a firm favourite for caravans, boats and houses. The carbon monoxide alarm features a high-quality electrochemical sensor that ensures accuracy and longevity. It also has a handy test and silence button. This alarm automatically turns on when the alarm is attached to its mounting plate and turns off when removed. The carbon monoxide alarm can be fixed to a surface or free-standing.
The display version shows CO concentration in Parts Per Million (ppm), Peak CO for the preceding 12 hours, and Carboxyhaemoglobin (COHb) percentage measurement, so you can see what happened whilst you were away. CE Marked, the Firehawk carbon monoxide alarm is approved to BS EN 50291 1:2010+A1:2012 and BS EN 50291-2:2010. It’s also suitable to comply with the 2022 Scottish Fire Safety Legislation.