Analyses the results obtained from five different series of
tests conducted by BG
Technology during which atmospheric gas sampling was carried out within single and multiple room enclosures where a gas appliance was operated under fault conditions and in so doing contributed towards the vitiation of the combustion air supply. The data indicates a critical band of oxygen concentrations in the combustion air supply within which the rate of production of carbon monoxide increases significantly. The implications of this are discussed including the possibility of using oxygen sensing in a room as a pre-warning to an occupant of a dangerous situation.
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