What causes carbon monoxide alarm to go off?
CO alarms are designed to detect carbon monoxide, a colorless, odorless gas that is produced whenever any fuel is burned. This includes natural gas, propane and oil-fired appliances. Your CO alarm will go off if the levels of CO build up enough to reach the trigger point of your alarm.
Golden State Electric is a specialty contractor that provides calibration, installation, repair, and procurement of fixed or portable gas detection systems (portable environmental monitoring equipment). From mines to refineries, naval vessels to schools, automotive dealerships and parking garages to municipal water/sewer facilities, Golden State Electric has the solution for your gas detection requirements. Feel free to contact us with your project specifications, so we can estimate the cost and scope of work needed in your facility.
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