Why to Buy Pocket CO
- Save a life
- Low Cost+High Performance=Best Value
- Save money on building/home/appliance inspections
- Ease of use
- Alarms when dangerous levels of CO detected
- Easy-to-read display shows low CO levels in
1 ppm increments, up to 500ppm
- Loud alarm, backlight display, vibrator, and bright red light
- Simple, one button operation
- Portable protection for recreation, job, or travel
- Very light, fits on a keychain
- Reports average exposure, total exposure, maximum exposure, and time of maximum
- 1 year instrument warranty & replaceable battery
Portable Protection from Deadly CO
Each year tens of thousands of people across the U.S., and even more globally, are poisioned by the toxic gas Carbon Monoxide (CO). These people include small airplane pilots, recreational boaters, truck drivers, students, firefighters, miners, scuba divers, homeowners and renters, and even families on vacation. This invisible gas can kill in just minutes, and non-fatal poisonings can leave victims violently ill. Countless more suffer mild symptoms everyday, and possibly long-term health effects, from repeated exposure to low-levels of CO in their jobs or homes.
Introducing Pocket CO Model 300, the world’s smallest renewable Carbon Monoxide detector. Designed by leading engineers in the air quality and gas detection industry, and built using cutting edge nanotechnology, Pocket CO is advanced enough for use by industry professionals but still incredibly simple to operate. Tiny enough to fit on a keychain, and weighing under 1 ounce, Pocket CO is an easy and affordable way to detect and monitor CO at home, away, or on the job. Learn more.
Carbon Monoxide (CO) is an odorless, tasteless gas produced by incomplete burning of fuels including gasoline, oil, and wood. When breathed, it deprives the blood stream of oxygen. Breathing a large enough concentration of CO can lead to illness, and even death. Learn more about CO from the links below, or read the full article on this “silent killer”.
- Common causes of CO poisoning, and places where it happens. Read this, because CO poisoning doesn’t just happen at home!
- Common symptoms of CO poisoning.
- How CO levels are measured, and what levels are dangerous.
- Learn what dfferent government and professional organizations say about limits on CO exposure (OSHA, NIOSH, ACGIH, more).