Garage Carbon Monoxide Air System

The garage carbon monoxide air system is necessary to maintain safe and acceptable oxygen levels throughout the zone. The system is necessary to safeguard against carbon monoxide air pollution, which can result in carbon monoxide poisoning.

A sufficient amount of outside air is supplied to replace the carbon monoxide laden air removed by the exhaust fans.

The carbon monoxide is produced by the exhaust fumes of the vehicles entering and leaving.

Many systems consist of exhaust fans only. Usually there are two exhaust fans which are staged on separately.

Garage Monoxide Control

Carbon monoxide detector location should be on garage columns, at about the five foot level, throughout the area.

Carbon monoxide levels cannot be in excess of 50 parts per million (ppm).

The placement of carbon monoxide detectors and installation of carbon monoxide detectors should be left to professionals who are knowledgeable in the field.

The system will be comprised of the following components:

  • Motorized outdoor air dampers
  • Filter section
  • Supply fan
  • Burner section
  • Heating coil
  • Heating coil circulating pump
  • Exhaust fans
  • Carbon monoxide (CO) monitors
  • Carbon monoxide controller

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