13th July 2012
Aico has published a new Plumbing and Heating Installers Handybook covering all you need to know about the dangers of Carbon Monoxide (CO) and how to protect against it.
The pocket sized Handybook has colour coded sections for quick and simple reference. It explains the dangers of CO, where it comes from and how to choose, install, test and maintain CO alarms and accessories such as control switches and relays to integrate with existing systems.
The Handybook has been produced by Aico specifically for plumbing and heating installers, addressing checks and action to take if you are installing or servicing an appliance or if you are called out because a CO alarm has gone off. It features simple, clear diagrams for quick reference, checklists, dos and don’ts, frequently asked questions and revealing statistics.
The Handybook also gives information on Aico’s full CO alarm product range, including the new Ei208 tamper proof Lithium battery CO alarms and the company’s mains powered models, all featuring Aico’s proven CO sensor which is pre-calibrated and tested in CO gas to ensure accuracy.
Aico’s RadioLINK technology is also covered in detail. RadioLINK allows Aico CO and smoke alarms to be interconnected wirelessly (using RF signals) for additional alarm coverage without the installation time, costs and disruption associated with hard wired interconnection.
Aico is a wholly owned subsidiary of Ei Electronics. Aico alarms are designed and built in Europe specifically to meet the UK standards and regulations. For more information and to register for a copy of the Plumbing & Heating Installers Handybook please visit www.aico.co.uk.