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(215) 564-1758                                                    Reg# 3166
Plumbing & Heating
2017 Brandywine St.
Philadelphia, Pa. 19130-3204
CONSUMER CARBON MONOXIDE ALARM ALERT
What is the main thing that carbon monoxide alarms you own
protect you from?
What illness or disabilities aren't CO Alarms designed to
protect you from?
HEART DISEASE - RESPIRARY ILLNESS - MEMORY LOSS - DIABETES
MULTIPLE CHEMICAL SENSITIVITY - ALZHEIMER DISEASE - PARKINSON
DISEASE - SUDDEN INFANT DEATH SYNDROME (SIDS) - PARTIAL LOSS
OF HEARING - PARTIAL LOSS OF SIGHT, ETC.
Who do Carbon Monoxide Alarms mainly protect? HEALTHY MIDDLE
Who isn't protected by Carbon Monoxide Alarms?
PREGNANT MOTHERS - INFANTS AND CHILDREN - ELDERLY PERSONS
PERSONS WITH PRE-EXISTING HEALTH PROBLEMS - MORE SENSITIVE
Did you know that the current CO Alarm Standards are designed
to minimize how often they go off?
Did you know that it has been reported in studies that 25%-40%
of doctor office visits for flu symptoms have been found
to be low level Carbon Monoxide poisoning.
Carbon Monoxide Standards for Parking Garages are 2 or 3
times safer than homes, apartments, schools, hotels, and
Did you know that the maximum level of CO in a short period
of time in your home should not exceed 9PPM (parts per million)?
Did you know that unvented appliances produce between 35-50
PPM of CO?
Did you know that if you already purchased a CO “detector” sold
at retailers and home centers that it probably does not alarm
until you reach unsafe levels of 70PPM or higher for a period
of 90 minutes? By then it may be too late.
Did you know that low levels of Carbon Monoxide above 35PPM
can be fatal to an infant or young child?
Did you know that the maximum allowable concentration in
an area for continuous exposure in any 8 hour period, in
the workplace are 35-50PPM?
Did you know that if you do not have proper ventilation
in your home or too much junk in the basement, that your
chimneys will reverse themselves and spill flue gases into
THERE IS NO SUCH THING AS A COMPLETE RECOVERY FROM CO POISONING.
If there was a Carbon Monoxide Alarm that protected everyone
from illness and death, from Acute CO poisoning (high level)
or Chronic CO poisoning (low level) would everyone want one
to protect their family?
We have been CERTIFIED as Carbon Monoxide Analysts by the
National Association of Plumbing - Heating - and Cooling
Contractors and by Building Performance Institute, Inc. We
have the latest computer analysis equipment to test all fuel
burning appliances for carbon monoxide (heat systems, hot
water heaters, fireplaces [wood or gas log], stoves, gas
dryers, space heaters). We also test the ambient air (the
air around you) as we enter your home.
We have also found a manufacturer that can provide MAXIMUM
PROTECTION from Carbon Monoxide to your family, if you would
like to purchase and install a low level monitor. This CO
monitor is 10 times more sensitive than alarms purchased
Model NSI 3000 Low Level Carbon Monoxide Monitors Offer
1- 5 Year Limited Manufacturer's Warranty.
2- Continuous Scan mode lets you know monitor is checking
CO - 24hrs/7days a week.
3- Three audible & visible Alert levels
Low Alarm 15-34 ppm after 5 Minutes (alarms every 8 seconds), High Alarm-35
ppm (alarms every 4 seconds) and CRISIS ALARM - 70+ppm
(alarms every 2 seconds). Store-bought detectors do not
alert you until there are unsafe levels of 70ppm or higher
present at the monitor for a period of 3½ hours.
This will not protect you from low level CO poisoning.)
There is also a short term (5 minute) "Hush" Button
for levels below 70ppm.
4- Digital Display - 5 ppm or higher - THE ONLY RESIDENTIAL
CO MONITOR NOW AVAILABLE TO PROTECT YOU FROM EXPOSURE OF
CO BELOW 30PPM.
5- REPLACEABLE 9 VOLT BATTERY. Protects even during power
6- Portable - Personal protection anywhere- Take on Vacation
- Hotels, Condos, Camping, etc. You can check your vehicles
while driving - Autos, Campers, Boats. TAKE IT TO WORK TO
CHECK YOUR ENVIROMENT.
THIS CARBON MONOXIDE DETECTOR IS NOT AVAILABLE IN
They are only available through concerned Certified CO Analysts.
We now have a limited number of units available for sale
at the cost of $195.00 each. This comes to a
cost of 10 cents a day to protect your family from this silent
Why is this Model NSI 3000 more expensive than others?
Accurate, low level CO detection requires more expensive
components and quality control. The NSI 3000 CO monitor
uses the same technology and sensors as in analyzers that
cost more than $1000.00. These professional analyzers are
used by contractors, utilities and fire departments.
This is a wise investment that we highly recommend for each
Do you have a burglar alarm? WHY - Do you have a smoke alarm?
WHY? - Do you have a low level CO MONITOR? WHY NOT?