Smoke detectors - general information

The Wasserman store could not lack devices that increase the level of security in your homes and apartments. Smoke detectors, carbon monoxide and gas detectors are equipment that can save lives for a relatively small price. Even the most modern installations can be unreliable, especially when human error is at stake. Gas explosions, fatal carbon monoxide poisonings and fires are accidents that still take their toll. Pride and carbon monoxide sensors and gas sensors for the apartment significantly reduce this risk and allow household members to intervene quickly.

Smoke detectors - general information

The most basic devices of this type are smoke detectors. They will work in any house or apartment, regardless of the method of its heating and the possible presence of a gas installation. In the event of a fire, the device detects smoke that is generated in its first phase, effectively alerting household members through sound and light signals. Carbon monoxide and gas sensors will, in turn, be useful in homes where space or water is heated by gas or other fuel. Carbon monoxide is produced in oxygen deficiency situations when combustion is incomplete. Smoke and carbon monoxide detectors are sometimes equipped with additional functions, such as an LCD display informing about the level of CO in the room. Such a gas sensor for the home will be useful, for example, in boiler rooms.

What to consider when choosing a gas detection sensor?

The Wasserman store offers you various sensors for gas, smoke or carbon monoxide cutting. How to choose the right one? First of all, by defining your needs, resulting mainly from the installations in the building. If they are all based on electricity, it is enough to place ordinary smoke detectors in individual rooms, which will alert us in the event of a fire. A home gas sensor is an important device when we heat it with this fuel or use it in the kitchen. One of the sensors should then be placed there and the other in the boiler room. The combustion of gaseous or solid liquid fuels always carries the risk of an excess of CO. Then it is worth investing in smoke and carbon monoxide detectors, placed in the boiler room, as well as with devices that heat water in the bathroom or kitchen and in rooms where we use additional heating. Models equipped with an LCD screen allow you to monitor the concentration of carbon monoxide on an ongoing basis. Regardless of the age and condition of our home installations, it is worth equipping your home with gas, smoke and CO sensors. Our offer includes products from well-known manufacturers such as Ferguson or KIDDE.