CO-9D

Digital Carbon Monoxide Alarm

7 Year Lifetime Battery

With a digital display, the latest sensing technology, and BSI Kitemark approvals, the FireAngel CO-9D Carbon Monoxide Alarm offers the highest level of CO detection for you and your family.

Kitemark

Third party tested and approved.

7 Year Warranty

Manufacturer's warranty for peace of mind.

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CO-9D

Resources

To ensure you install the right alarm for your home, and one that's compliant with your local carbon monoxide regulations, review our manual and data sheet or get in touch with our customer service team.

Manual

Installation Support and Guidance.

Datasheet

Specification Detail and Standards.

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CO-9D

Set Up

The CO-9D alarm cannot be interlinked to other alarms in your home, but still offers the highest protection. Follow the installation guides to ensure your alarm is installed correctly and test weekly.

Install Guide

Where to install your alarm.

Testing Support

Testing and maintenance support.

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Rapid CO Detection

Latest Sensing Technology

The electrochemical sensor in the FireAngel CO-9D Carbon Monoxide alarm provides instant alerts to dangerous levels of the CO. It's been rigorously tested and approved by BSI Kitemark to ensure the highest level of safety for your home.

Latest Sensing Technology

Battery Powered Protection

7 Year Battery Supplied

The unit comes with a sealed, tamper proof battery that will last the lifetime of the alarm. The sensor within the unit will deteriorate after 7 years, so to ensure you're protected we recommend you replace the unit after this time.

7 Year Battery Supplied

Designed For You

Detection Where You Need It

The CO-9D alarm has been designed to conform to the EU standards - EN 50291-1: 2010 + A1:2012 and EN 50291-2: 2010. The alarm is also suitable for installation in caravans and motor caravans, following advice from BS EN 50292-2013.

Detection Where You Need It

Did you know?

Over 50% of fires start in the kitchen

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FAQ's

Yes – The CO-9D Carbon Monoxide Alarm is suitable for all domestic settings, including caravan holiday homes, caravans, motor caravans – with the exception of boats.

A Carbon Monoxide alarm is the only way to receive an audible alert to the presence of Carbon Monoxide (CO) in your home, or whilst you’re away on holiday.

CO is a gas which cannot be seen, tasted or smelt but can result in CO poisoning and illness or in some cases death. It’s created in our homes when the fuel in products, such as boilers, fires and ovens does not burn completely. Regular servicing of these products can reduce the risk of CO being present but it cannot completely remove the risk.

A Carbon Monoxide (CO) alarm is the only way to alert residents to the presence of Carbon Monoxide within a property. A CO alarm via an audible alert

CO also known as ‘the silent killer’ is a gas which cannot be seen, tasted or smelt but can result in CO poisoning and illness or in some cases death. CO forms when the fuel in products, such as boilers, fires and ovens does not burn completely. Regular servicing of these products can reduce the risk of CO being present but it cannot completely remove the risk.

Our FireAngel Carbon Monoxide (CO) detectors are designed so that alarms can be wall-mounted or left freestanding within a property. Ideally, a CO alarm should be installed in every room with a fuel-burning appliance e.g gas hob, open fire, boiler. Additional alarms may be installed to provide adequate warning for occupants in other rooms, by placing alarms in rooms in which they spend considerable time whilst awake e.g living rooms, bedrooms, kitchens.

Boiler Room | Bedroom | Kitchen | Living Room

The screen has two stand-by displays –

1. Room temperature is shown in degrees centigrade – making this alarm perfect for bedrooms

2. The current CO level in parts per million

To switch between the two displays you can press the test button – during this time the alarm will display the peak CO levels recorded by the alarm over the last 4 weeks.

The common sources of Carbon Monoxide (CO) are cookers, fires, boilers, oil and gas boilers, portable generators, oil or solid fuel cookers, gas or paraffin heaters, barbecues (BBQs), clogged chimneys, wood or gas fireplaces, cigarette smoke or any fossil fuel-burning appliances.

Using a gas safe engineer to regularly service these items will help reduce the risk of CO in a home but it will not completely remove the risk. The only way to detect CO in your home is to install a Carbon Monoxide detector with an audible alarm. Gas safe engineers can be found via the ‘Gas Safe Register’ – this is an official list of businesses that are legally permitted to carry out gas work.