Carbon Monoxide Alarms Are Mandatory In Ontario Homes

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Detect Dangerous Gases May be In Your Home! These Gases Are Odourless But Can Be Fatal

More than 50 people die each year from carbon monoxide poisoning in Canada, including 11 on average in Ontario. Carbon monoxide alarms will now be required near all sleeping areas in residential homes, in the service rooms, and in adjacent sleeping areas in multi-residential units in Ontario.

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Did you know that Carbon Monoxide gases can be emitted from any fuel burning appliance including: Oil & Gas Furnaces, 
Gas Stoves & Ranges, 
Gas Dryers, Oil & Gas Hot Water Tanks, 
Gas Fireplaces, 
Garage Heaters, 
Etc…

Defender Carbon Monoxide Alarms

The Defender CA6150 is an advanced carbon monoxide alarm with large, alpha-numeric digital display. Read and monitor current and peak CO levels as low as 10 ppm at the touch of a button. The two lithium batteries are non removable and are warranted to power the detector for ten years.

FEATURES & BENEFITS:

  • Sealed Lithium Battery Powered CO Alarm
  • Ten Year Factory Warranty for Alarm and Batteries
  • Integrated Filter for Removing Nuisance Gases
  • Samples for Carbon Monoxide Every 10 Seconds
  • Large Alpha-Numeric LCD Readout with Memory
  • Auto. Displays Current CO Level from 30-999 PPM
  • Memory Displays Peak CO Level Detected from 10 PPM to 999 PPM
  • Memory Displays Duration of Peak CO Level from 0 to 999 Minutes
  • Separate Display and Test Buttons

Carbon Monoxide Alarms Are Now Mandatory In Ontario Homes

Detect Dangerous Gases In Your Home! These Gases Are Odourless But Can Be Fatal

More than 50 people die each year from carbon monoxide poisoning in Canada, including 11 on average in Ontario. Carbon monoxide detectors will now be required near all sleeping areas in residential homes and in the service rooms, and adjacent sleeping areas in multiresidential units. Did you know that Carbon Monoxide gases can be emitted from any fuel burning appliance including: Oil & Gas Furnaces Gas Stoves & Ranges Gas Dryers &Oil &Gas Hot Water Tanks Gas Fireplaces Garage Heaters