Boonton Fire Department
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Carbon Monoxide Detectors

Carbon Monoxide Detectors (CO Alarms)

Carbon Monoxide is an invisible and odorless gas that can kill you. Common sources of CO are boilers, stoves, generators, and automobiles

Where should they be installed?

·         Outside of living spaces (a hallway), basement, kitchen, and garage.

How do I maintain my Carbon Monoxide alarms?

·         We recommend that you change your batteries every time you change your clock for daylight savings.

·         We also recommend that you test your CO alarms at least once a month.

·         Replace every 5 years

Note: Combination Smoke/CO alarms are common and are highly recommended

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