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Safety is an important component to running any business, even the seemingly safe office professions. There are some risks even in the most benign settings and you want to ensure your employees and clients are always safe. Many companies have chosen to install carbon monoxide detectors in their offices and other work areas to ensure the safety of anyone working or visiting the facility. Carbon monoxide is a toxic gas with no smell or color to announce its presence. It is also capable of incapacitating or killing people in a very short amount of time. Only a well maintained detector can notify you and your staff quickly in the event of a leak.
There are several different styles of carbon monoxide detectors available on the market. You can choose from the traditional units, or digital detectors with all kinds of special features. Some companies even make two in one units that can include both a carbon monoxide and a smoke detector in one unit. It's important to note that these units are a combination unit. A smoke detector alone does not detect carbon monoxide. Experts recommend installing these detectors either very close to the floor or ceiling for the best results.
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