AMICO - Carbon monoxide detector - BEINAT
  • AMICO - Carbon monoxide detector - BEINAT
  • AMICO - Carbon monoxide detector - BEINAT
  • AMICO - Carbon monoxide detector
  • AMICO - Carbon monoxide detector
  • AMICO - Carbon monoxide detector

AMICO - CARBON MONOXIDE DETECTOR

AMICO - The portable alarm that saves your life.

- Immediate protection
- Autonomy 10 years
Unfortunately, it is known that every year many young and old people die contaminated by this insidious and silent gas.
What seems strange is that no media informs that on the market there are specific and high-level electronic devices able to detect this dangerous gas.
The carbon monoxide is a gas that develops from the combustion of organic material such as methane gas, coal, wood, pellets, bio-alcohol. Not to be confused with the gas leak.
In a closed environment it can be generated by any combustion plant, such as boilers, gas stoves, fireplaces, braziers, generators with petrol engine.
Normally, if the combustion is perfect, risky monoxide levels do not develop. But just enough variables to make it dangerous.
For example, do not close the ventilation holes provided in the rooms with the gas stove.
Never light braziers in a closed environment.
For gas boilers and fireplaces in the house, in addition to the obligatory periodic inspection, you should check that the draft of the smoke is not obstructed by dirt and bird nests.
If you light stoves or fireplaces in a room without an air hole, ventilate by opening the window once in a while. Also because modern windows, which seal perfectly, can cause a lack of oxygen.
The carbon monoxide is a silent killer: it is odorless, colorless and causes symptoms such as headache, nausea, tachycardia, attributable also to the fluence.