CO-9X-10T-FF

10 Year Carbon Monoxide (CO) Alarm

10 Year Sealed Lithium Battery

With the latest sensing technology, a clear loud alarm and BSI Kitemark approvals, this Carbon Monoxide Alarm offers the highest level of CO detection. Can be wall mounted or left portable to be positioned where required.

Kitemark

Third party tested and approved.

5 Year Warranty

For peace of mind.

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Resources

Our datasheet and manual contain guidance on the product and the latest standards - if you have any additional questions, our team of experts can offer all the support you need, so get in touch!

Manual

Installation Support and Guidance

Datasheet

Specification Detail and Standards

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Installation and Connectivity

This alarm cannot be interlinked to other alarms in your home, but still offers a high protection against fire. 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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Calibrated & Tested in CO Gas

Electrochemical Sensor

Fitted with advanced electrochemical sensing technology, an accurate and proven method of sensing carbon monoxide. Our CO alarms are calibrated and tested in CO gas, designed to accurately measure low levels of CO to provide the earliest warning.

Electrochemical Sensor

Battery Powered Protection

10 Year Battery Included

For quick and easy installation our CO alarms are fitted with a sealed 10 year battery, which has been tested rigorously to ensure endurance and reliability. Once installed, this alarm will protect against CO for 10 years.

10 Year Battery Included

Protection for all

Futureproof Installations

The CO-9X-10T-FF 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, motor caravans and boats, following advice from BS EN 50292-2013.

Futureproof Installations

Did you know?

CO is an odourless and colourless toxic gas

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CO also known as the silent killer, is impossible to identify without a proper detector. According to the Department of Health and 'Project Shout' campaigners, CO poisoning in the home causes approximately 50 deaths a year in the UK. Fuel-burning appliances are the most common sources of CO and should regularly be checked by registered engineers and faulty appliances should be replaced.

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FAQ's

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 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.