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If you walk into a building and detect the presence of incomplete combustion, ie aldehydes are you t
At one time I carried a reliable CO detector on my belt at all time. I would walk into a convenience store etc. and the alarm would sound with a digital readout of ppm co. This was one of the 2 year count down devices, that expired once the time had run out. Explain to the store manager there was a problem and show them the readings, suggest they have the cooking equipment or heating units checked.
I currently do not carry it anymore as I have not been as active in the hvac service field. Still in the trade, just a different focus.
This winter I walked into 2 different stores and smelled the aldehyde smell, one time another tech was along and detected the same smell and knew what it was. Explained to the store personal to have the heating system and cooking equipment check/serviced.
What else is a person to do? You do your due diligence by informing the manager, Is there more?
Where is the industry going? If I notified the manager and someone is sickened by there refusal to act. Where are the consequences?
What is the lowest CO levels we as an industry are going to accept?
Are there laws protecting us once we make such complaints?
Sorry about the rant, something I had to bring to the forum and ask.