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Olick, M. Carbon Monoxide: The Silent Killer. Security News. December, 1994. p. 2+

Abstract: The newspaper article describes how carbon monoxide is produced, how it affects the body, and why there is a need for carbon monoxide detectors. The article then discusses the technology and standards of CO detectors. The two reliable standards are UL, which signals if CO reaches 100 ppm over 90 minutes, and OSHA, which signals if CO reaches a level of 200 ppm over 15 minutes. The article also includes information about where a CO detector should be placed and more importantly where they should not be placed.

 
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