– It should be located close to the ceiling
– It should be located at a height greater than the height of any door or window
It should be at least 150mm from the ceiling. The alarm should be at a horizontal distance between 1m and 3m from the potential source.
If there is a partition in the room, the alarm should be located on the same side of the partition as the potential source.
Carbon monoxide alarms in rooms with sloped ceilings should be located at the high side of the room.
When located in a room with no fuel-burning appliance:
– Alarms located in sleeping rooms, living rooms and rooms remote from a fuel-burning appliance should be located relatively close to the breathing zone of the occupants.
Some useful numbers:
The Emergency Gas Service 24-hour emergency line – 0800 111 999
AngelEye Technical Support: 0800 141 2561
The gas is produced when fuel (LPG gas, solid fuel, coal, oil, etc.) does not burn efficiently.
It can be caused by inadequately maintained or badly fitted domestic heating appliances such as wall heaters, fires and boilers and cannot escape from the home if the flue of chimney has a blockage.
– At 50 ppm, the unit must alarm between 60 and 90 minutes
– At 100 ppm, the unit must alarm between 10 and 40 minutes
– At 300 ppm, the units must alarm within 3 minutes
• Replace batteries immediately.
• If the product continues to chirp despite having new batteries and the product is still within warranty then contact Technical Support for advice. If the product is no longer in warranty, replace it immediately!
Sprue Safety Products Ltd.
CV4 7EZ UK
0800 141 2561