30 Dec '12, 5pm

OK, ok, I was wrong on where to mount CO detectors OSHA actually says 3 levels low, mid and high

unfortunatly robert you did not read my answer well i was only stating that osha tells you to take these readings at different levels for the variabls but i am not wrong perhaps you should get more education on this point yes CO islighter then air and will rise when warmed but if your boiler is not running or heat isnt needed it will stay low these CO detectors mostly have a 4 hr exposure rate and i believe i put that the smoke detector/CO combo is a good secondary alert the best place is in an outlet like i said. please learn how to not contradict your own previous state ment in number two to try to sound like you know more then others i dont try to disagree with people because thier is always a different view and NO ONE knows every thin. So in conclusion again its best for the average alarm to be placed in the outlet, as for Mr. Kellly's input he is along the right lines...

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