Tag Archives: Carbon Monoxide poisoning

September 23, 2015

Warming up for the Heating Season | Part 2

Fire and fireplace colleagues, welcome to Part 2 of our Warming up for the Heating Season series. In preparation for the busy times ahead, here’s a chance to grab our simple step by step guides to calculating the venting requirements of solid fuel appliances and gas appliances. So many people find these easy to follow [...]
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August 20, 2015

Blocked vents can be Fatal!

We often speak to people who want to fit a flyscreened louvre for a boiler, stove or fire.  We can’t stress enough the dangers of this and here’s a very sad story from Heating & Plumbing Monthly of how blocked ventilation was a contributing factor to carbon monoxide (CO) build up with fatal consequences.  Remember […]

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August 17, 2015

The Importance of Ventilation for Heat Producing Appliances

Carbon Monoxide (CO) is an extremely poisonous and deadly gas that has no odour, taste or colour. Heat producing appliances such as stoves, fires and boilers all have the ability to produce carbon monoxide at dangerous levels if they are poorly fitted, are not regularly serviced or have insufficient/restricted ventilation.  It is vital that heat [...]
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