Carbon monoxide (CO) sends more than 50,000 Americans to the emergency room annually, making it the leading cause of injuries, even outpacing car accidents. The CDC estimates approximately 400 people are killed from unintentional CO exposure in the U.S. every year. The only way to know if CO is in your home is with a working carbon monoxide alarm. • Potential sources include Furnaces/Boilers; Water Heaters; Fireplaces (gas and wood-burning); Wood Stoves; Gas Stoves/Ovens; Clothes Dryers; and cars running in an attached garage.
There’s a new alarm with technology that goes beyond just beeping to let you know when CO is present in your home. The Knox Safety CO alarm not only detects carbon monoxide, but alarms and alerts with voice messaging, icons, and a scrolling LCD display that provides information prior to it becoming a medical emergency. It delivers critical information along with potentially life-saving response actions. And the Knox Safety alarm’s messaging can be set to communicate in either English or Spanish. If you’re confused and disoriented you are not going to know how to respond, you may even go take a nap because you don’t feel good – which could become devastating, that’s why the Knox Safety alarm’s features are so important!
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