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2015-04-24

About METHANE GAS

METHANE (CH4) SAFETY WARNINGS Distributed gas has an odor to ensure that the general public may recognize any leakages by a characteristic smell. A gradually increasing gas concentration may also go unnoticed due to olfactory fatigue.  By installing detectors, you can prevent gas intoxications, suffocations and explosions. They permit gas accumulation detection, depends on the type […]

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About CARBON MONOXIDE

CARBON MONOXIDE (CO) SAFETY WARNINGS Carbon monoxide (CO), commonly termed “The Silent Killer” is a highly poisonous gas produced by any fossil fuel burning appliance (e.g. gas, coal, diesel, oil, wood etc.) and has no smell, taste or colour. It can leak from flues and cooking & heating appliances when they have been poorly maintained […]

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The suitable LOCATION for your DETECTOR

WHERE TO INSTALL YOUR CH4 AND/OR CO DETECTORS The gas detector should be installed in the room where a gas leak is most likely to occur. This may be the kitchen because of the presence of a gas cooker and other gas appliances. The gas escapes, lighter than the air, they tend to rise and […]

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Maintenance Instructions

In order to be sure that the detector is operating the Green LED should be ON. At least once a month it is recommended to verify that the detector is functional by pressing the TEST/RESET button for a few seconds. For an efficient functioning the detector should be cleaned up every six months. Easily and […]

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What should I do if MY ALARM SOUNDS

In case of an alarm the user should carry out the following actions, not necessarily in this order: Do not switch on or off any electrical equipment, including gas detection apparatus. Extinguish all naked flames, including all smoking materials. Turn off all gas appliances. Turn off the gas supply at the gas main control. Open […]

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Testing MY ALARM

WARNING! Do not try to test the detector using a cigarette lighter! Do not test the detector by starting the gas appliance without a flame! Simply press the Test/Reset button any time while in normal operation. The YELLOW and RED LED should flash, the alarm should sound and the relay switches while the solenoid valve […]

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