CO detection and forced ventilation

CO detection and forced ventilation

The Engineering department will measure and plan the installations both for new works and when making modifications to existing installations.

We install and guarantee all our assembly services. All our installations comply with the Regulation on Fire Protection Installations1942/1993 and the Order of 16 April, 1998, on standards of procedure and implementation of the regulation.

Carbon monoxide (CO) is the main component of vehicle exhaust emissions. CO is toxic and constitutes a risk to public health or to those using underground or enclosed car parks. This hazard is also present in the underground or enclosed road service tunnels used to deliver goods to shopping centres and engine testing facilities.

CO is only slightly lighter than air. For this reason, depending on atmospheric conditions and ventilation, it remains stagnant at a certain level or rises slowly to the ceiling.

If you are experiencing difficulties with your current equipment or you need an installation, please get in touch with us and we will be happy to help you with all your requirements.