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The Kane 77 is a personal carbon monoxide (CO) detector, used for detecting ambient CO levels in residential and commercial spaces, such as boiler plant rooms, commercial kitchens and domestic properties.
Supplied complete with a protective rubber boot, The Kane 77 measures CO from 0 to 999 parts per million (ppm) and utilises a long life (5 year) CO sensor.
- One button ON with Automatic Zero function
- Measures carbon monoxide from 0 to 999 ppm
- Long life CO sensor with 5 year expected life
- Captures maximum CO level value
- Pre-set alarms
- Vibrating alarm
- Visual three colour LED
- Audible tone if readings 30 ppm or above
- Data hold to temporarily record readings
- Backlit display
- Battery life indicator
Test Equipment > Carbon Monoxide (CO)
Carbon Monoxide (CO) is an invisible, odourless and tasteless gas that is toxic to humans and is often referred to as the “silent killer” because it cannot be detected without the use of a carbon monoxide detector or alarm. C0 is produced by the incomplete burning of carbon-based fuels such as gas, coal, oil and wood, and can be produced by any device that is not burning correctly or a device that has a blocked flue system.
The regulations regarding the installation of a CO alarm are as follows:
- In England and Wales, a CO alarm is only mandatory if a solid fuel burning appliance, e.g. wood or coal, is installed
- In Scotland from Oct 2013, a CO alarm is mandatory when any type of fixed combustion appliance is installed (excluding appliances solely used for cooking) or replaced in a new or existing home and where a flue passes through high risk accommodation, such as a bedroom or living room.
- In Northern Ireland, a CO alarm is mandatory when any type of fuel burning appliance is installed or replaced in a new or existing home
- A CO alarm is mandatory if a “flue in void” situation is present, where the flue cannot be adequately inspected
PHC Parts supply a wide range of fixed and portable CO alarms at competitive prices. For contract or large volume users we also offer trade discounts – please contact your local branch for details.