Smart that you are looking for one carbon monoxide detector. Popularly, too CO reports named! Not everyone is aware of this, but carbon monoxide is very dangerous at too high values. It is a gas imperceptible to the human senses. That's why we need some help with carbon monoxide detectors. Carbon monoxide detectors from Alecto meet all standards and are therefore CE certified. With this we guarantee the best quality when it comes to measurements. Keep yourself and loved ones safe with our extensive selection of carbon monoxide detectors.Top 5 carbon monoxide detectors
Carbon monoxide detectors from Alecto
Carbon monoxide detector with 10 year battery
At Alecto we sell carbon monoxide detectors with 10-year batteries. You obviously don't want to spend too much time with a carbon monoxide detector, so this is always a sustainable purchase. The 10-year battery life also applies to some models with a display. This is special, as this is not usually the case with a carbon monoxide detector with a display.
Hang with magnet
A mounting kit is included with all our models. However, if you do not want holes in your wall/ceiling, we recommend a magnetic mounting set. This keeps your piece intact and works just as well as traditional fastening. For a solid magnetic mounting kit, look at the MK-2 from Alecto.
Buy a carbon monoxide detector?
It is wise that you look for a carbon monoxide detector! Another step closer to a safe living environment. Have you made a choice? Simply order via the Alecto Home Webshop. Do you place your order on a working day before 8:00 PM? Then we will ship it the same day from our warehouse!
How is carbon monoxide formed?
Carbon monoxide (CO) is produced by incomplete combustion of carbonaceous materials such as natural gas, wood, oil, petrol and coal. It can be released from any source that consumes these fuels. Think, for example, of a gas stove, stove, heater, fireplace or car. When there is not enough oxygen present to burn the fuel completely, carbon monoxide is produced as a by-product of the incomplete combustion. Carbon monoxide is a dangerous gas because it is colorless, odorless and tasteless and therefore cannot be detected without a carbon monoxide detector. Exposure to high levels of carbon monoxide can lead to poisoning and even death.
Where do I place my carbon monoxide detector?
It is advisable to install a carbon monoxide detector on every floor. The best spots are near potential sources of carbon monoxide. Think of kitchens, garages and laundry rooms. More guidelines and tips? read our blog about installing a carbon monoxide detector.