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Old 12-06-2018, 00:04   #16
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Re: Odd Carbon Monoxide reading

Matt, I suspect that you could briefly reach that sort of concentration just by being downwind of someone idling a pair of big petrol engines nearby. Wouldn't worry about it, nor would I waste epoxy trying to emulate an imagined incident!

Worry more about epoxy sensitization, my friend, and take care of your exposure.

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Re: Odd Carbon Monoxide reading

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Exactly! The main point is to bring light to the fact that just because it’s sold and calibrated to detect CO, they will detect many other gases as well and with a good CO Cross Sensitivity chart they can be used for other known gases as well. Too bad the manufacturers don’t include this info but I suppose it would just confuse the hell out of the regular user.


Sorry I missed this response and others. My post subscriptions went a bit odd.

This is a great clarification, thank you.
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