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I always make sure all boiler installs include a co detector. I will install one if the property does not already have one. I think people are crazy not to, they only cost about $40.
Recently I put one on a job where a was concerned the owner might remove it (some of the smoke alarms in the building were disabled) I decided to strap it to the wall and take a picture.
It got me thinking. Why isn't the co detector an integral part of the boiler system just as as LWCO. Does anyone know of a product that would disable the boiler when CO is detected? I think it would need a manual reset and would ideally just have "dry" contacts.
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